Welfare & Support
Queen's offers a network of support services dedicated to helping you get the most from your time at university, looking after your health, emotional wellbeing, education, study needs, financial security and future career.
The SGC is the first place to visit for information, support, advice and guidance including; Careers Service, Resilience, Wellbeing and Counselling, Student Finance etc.
Information Services provide an introduction to virtual learning and email services, and advice and support on how to get the best out of University and personal IT equipment.
Offering information and advice to help you develop ideas, formulate a career plan and achieve your goals. Connect with employers, develop skills and obtain work experience.
Our qualified and experienced counsellors can help work through any personal, academic and emotional difficulties that impact on your studies.
Including School and exam support, accommodation requirements and assistance with applications for Disabled Students’ Allowance.
Offering a range of childcare support, including full-time day care, out-of-school care and a summer activities scheme.
Our chaplains and other religious representatives serve students and staff across 12 faiths and denominations.
Find out how the UK medical system works, private medical insurance, local hospitals, registering with a GP, vaccinations, out of hours pharmacies, emergency services, dentists, opticians and more.
Students wishing to develop confidence in using English in an academic environment are advised to attend a four week pre-sessional course at INTO Queen's University Belfast.
Run by you, for you. From clubs, societies, Advice SU, Volunteer SU, Enterprise SU and much much more - the Students' Union is there to help and support you.
Student Finance oversee the financial enrolment of all students, assessment and collection of tuition fees and related charges, administration of bursary schemes the student support fund.
Student Registry Services manages your student record; from your enrolment and registration, to exams, and graduation throughout your time here.
Every year over 700 students go outside of Northern Ireland to study or gain work-related experience.
The Graduate School provides a range of free training and development programmes for postgraduates.
The Learning Development Service offers academic skills support to help you reach your potential.