Welcoming new undergraduate and postgraduate students
A big welcome to all our incoming students. We look forward to meeting you in the next few weeks as you join our School community.
Details of School undergraduate (UG) welcome activities are here.
Details of School postgraduate (PG) welcome activities are here.
Student Covid-19 Vaccination in Northern Ireland
We strongly encourage all students and staff to get fully vaccinated against COVID. The more of us who are vaccinated the more it helps reduce transmission and the health consequences if you do catch the virus.
It is therefore important to get vaccinated as soon as possible and before you leave for Queen’s if you can.
If you do not currently have an appointment for your first or second dose of the vaccine, you can find out how to arrange an appointment or access a walk-in vaccination centre in Northern Ireland at: nidirect.gov.uk/covidvaccine
You will just need to bring your photographic ID and proof of address (for example, a bill or letter from the University).
Find information on how to arrange an appointment or access a walk-in vaccination centre in England, Scotland or Wales:
For further information, including other FAQs relating to Covid-19, please visit and regularly review our Covid-19 FAQs for Students.
Dr Judith Wylie is the School's Director of Internationalisation.
International Student Support is also here to help you make the most of your experience as an international student. Moving to a new country can be tough and we want you to have the best possible start at Queen's.
Connect with the International Student Support department.
The Student Wellbeing Team at Queen's offer a comprehensive range of support services throughout the academic year.
Visit Student Wellbeing for further information.
More information on the pre-semester wellbeing programme to follow.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our School Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.