Queens is a prestigious university and provide guidance for our future prospects.
I liked the people in Belfast, as they are very friendly and caring. They taught me to be good to everyone, despite the different backgrounds people came from.
I would advise students to enjoy your time in Belfast. I would encourage them to take part in any international events held at the University or in other organisations.
LLB 1st Class Honours
Chee Yen is currently doing the Certificate in Legal Practice in Malaysia.
I enjoyed the great staff and the modern infrastructure at Queen’s. I also appreciated the robust academic support I received. Living in Belfast was also very affordable, and I loved that I could cycle to town and to my classes. I would advise anyone who is thinking of studying at Queen’s to keep an open mind, don't hesitate to take the "less mainstream" modules, and take the time to engage with your professors, as they are likely to be NI's top academic on a certain field -- conversations can be interesting. Don't forget to also take a break from your studies and explore the island.
Jonathan completed the BPTC after his degree and is currently working as a Parliamentary Researcher with a mainstream political party in Malaysia.