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Stay Negative Asymptomatic Testing

Book a free COVID-19 test

By taking a test when you don’t have symptoms, you will help play your part in maintaining a safe campus for everyone.

All students and staff should get tested before coming on to campus for any reason and then arrange regular testing twice a week or as often as possible for as long as you are on campus. In the first instance, you should arrange two tests no less than three days and no more than seven days apart.

Book Your Test Now

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Public Health Agency Resources for Students

The Public Health Agency NI have devleoped a series of resources for students in the fight against COVID-19. 

These include:

Visit the Resources for Students Website

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Play Your Part

All members of the Queen’s community, staff and students, are asked to watch each of the videos that have been produced in collaboration with the Students’ Union. They explain what safety measures are in place on campus, remind you of the latest public health guidance and crucially, what we can all do to play our part.

Watch the Play Your Part Videos


Travelling to Belfast?

Belfast has two airports, sea crossings from England and Scotland, and a direct rail link from Dublin.

You can read more information about how to travel to Belfast below

Travelling to Belfast

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Queen's University App

Download the Queen's University App for information on your timetable, your Student Card, a Campus Map, PC Availability, and latest news via the Library and Students' Union's Twitter feed!

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Given the changing nature of the pandemic, these commitments are subject to the guidelines that may be in place at the time. For example, if restrictions are increased/eased in the future then facilities and services may not be delivered as described.