French is one of the major languages of global trade and of international relations. It is one of the official languages of the European Union, and is the official or administrative language in over 45 countries or regions worldwide.Go to course >
The Irish language continues to form an integral part of Irish cultural life as a medium for education, music, literature, drama and television. The language has been spoken for over 2,000 years and boasts a vast early literature of world significance.Go to course >
Spanish and Portuguese at Queen's enables students to gain an in-depth knowledge of two major world languages, and the modules on offer reflect the diversity of cultures in Spanish and Portuguese-speaking countries across the globe.Go to course >
Today, businesses operate in an inherently global marketplace and are increasingly looking to expand beyond national boundaries for continued growth and success.Go to courses >
Archaeology explores a wide range of evidence that documents the human past - from artefacts, monuments and settlements to entire landscapes - and from these interprets how societies have adapted and developed. Modules focus on different periods of World, European and Irish/British archaeology from human origins to modern times and heritage.Go to courses >
The Harty Room in the Music building, characterized by its wonderful natural acoustic, and the Sonic Lab at SARC which has variable acoustics and facilities for 3D sound projection. The Drama & Film centre houses a professional Theatre (Brian Friel Theatre), a 2 screen cinema (QFT) and a purpose-built film studio. The Seamus Heaney Centre has some of Ireland’s most notable writers and critics and host reading events throughout the year.Facilities
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