About Us

Conference Location

Northern Ireland has an amazing variety of landscapes, cultural attractions and leisure opportunities as well as an intriguing - and famously complex - history.  Within a few hours of Belfast, one can visit pre-Christian burial sites, coastlines of legend and famous cathedrals.

Belfast, capital city of Northern Ireland, has undergone a metamorphosis in recent years.  With major investment in its tourism infrastructure, Belfast is now emerging as a dynamic new destination for conferences, meetings, and events, while continuing to offer close access to some of the most beautiful and diverse countryside in Europe.

From the proud City Hall in the heart of the city, to the beautifully retsored carved stone and ironwork of St. George's Market near the waterfront, to the elegant Linen Hall Library with its priceless collection of books.  City pubs, such as the Crown Liquor Saloon in Great Victoira Street, buzz wih the warmth, friendliness, and humour of the city's residents.

In 2009 leading travel guide publisher Frommer's named Belfast as one of its top 12 world travel destinations; its impressive world-class developments adding immeasurably to the city's image.  The mighty £100 million Odyssey complex, the Waterfront Hall, new galleries, new public and private developments - they are all part of the transformation and must be seen to be believed.  Home to the world's oldest aircraft production company and the city where the Titanic, the tractor and the tyre were created, Belfast may now be more aptly described as the city of telecoms, technology and trading. 

Conference Location

Queen's University Belfast

University Road



Tel. +44 (0) 28 9097 4780 

Queen's Lanyon Building
Giant's Causeway
Queen's University Quad
City Hall
Carrickarede Rope Bridge