It is important to look after yourself and take care of your sexual wellbeing. Please find information on some available services below.
SU Sexual Health Clinic
Mondays, 10am – 3pm
3rd Floor, Queen’s Students’ Union
Come along to the free SU Sexual Health Clinic on Mondays during term time on the 3rd Floor of Queen’s Students’ Union (beside SU Advice).
A qualified doctor and nurse from The Belfast Trust will be on-site providing:
• Confidential information and advice
• STI testing
• Contraceptive advice
• Condoms & Emergency Contraception
No appointment is necessary - just drop in!
Please note: the SU Sexual Health Clinic runs during term-time only and will be closed during Summer Break.
You can find out more on the Students’ Union website at: q-su.org/Events
Further information on sexual health is available from:
The Public Health Agency has published the below booklet:
The booklet explains the importance of having a check-up at a Genito Urinary Medicine (GUM) clinic and what happens at the clinic:
Don't Gamble with Your Sexual Health (opens as a PDF)
Sexpression Belfast is an independent network of student projects based at UK universities. They aim to empower young people to make informed choices about their sexual and reproductive health through comprehensive education.
Sexpression Belfast provides students with the opportunity to teach classes within local secondary and primary schools, covering a range of topics; STIs, contraception, self-esteem and more. Our subcommittee Safe works within the University to provide advice to students regarding sexual health.
Please note that external organisations are not affiliated with QUB. We are however aware that these may be of interest and would therefore like to make you aware of them.