What is a Visiting Student?
The Visiting Student title enables current registered students from another institution to spend a period of time at the University to conduct research as part of their own studies or as a research placement/internship. Candidates must have an assigned mentor within Queen’s and should contact a relevant member of academic staff before submitting their application.
Am I Eligible?
The School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics welcomes applications from current registered students at other universities and institutions, across all levels of study. Applicants must provide a copy of their transcript or other proof of their current registration status at their home institution.
The Visiting Student title is not applicable to Doctoral Training Partnership students from other institutions.
How long can I visit for?
The title can be conferred initially for a maximum period of one year and can be renewed on an annual basis, up to the end of your registration at your home institution. Renewals are subject to the agreement of the School and student must re-apply to extend their title.
How can I apply?
Please contact the member of academic staff with whom you wish to collaborate and discuss your application. You can access an application form here and it should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org
You must also provide a copy of your transcript or other proof of your current registration status at your home institution, and a copy of your passport and other relevant documentation with your application.
Important to Know
Upon accepting your Visiting Student title, you are signing up to the Terms and Conditions for Holders of Honorary Status.
Visiting Students will not be a registered student at Queen’s University Belfast and will receive no credit or qualification from the University.
You will not be remunerated by Queen’s University Belfast.
A bench fee may be charged.