For now, you may want to find out about support available to you at Queen's. Below are some links you may find useful about support available to you in Queen's. Feel free to browse their websites for more information or view the videos that highlight the services to save you all the reading time!
- Student Guidance Centre Website (support services) or Student Guidance Centre Video
- Graduate School (Postgrad students)
- Students' Union
- Clubs and Societies - we have over 200 for you to get involved with!
- Queen's Sport
- Accommodation at Queen's
- Explore Campus
- Admissions and Access Service
- Student Finance and Fees
- University Health Centre at Queen's
Avail of the services offered by the Student Guidance Centre, and immerse yourself in extra-curricular activities. You'll add an entire new layer to your experience at Queen’s Final year student
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To apply for Queen's Accommodation click here: APPLY NOW
Keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter accounts for further information about availability and should you have any questions please contact the Accommodation Office on 028 9097 4403 or firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to help.
The online applications for 2018-19 are now open. Please click here to make an application: APPLY NOW.
For the 2018-19 academic year, Queen's is opening new city centre student accommodation in two locations, providing over 1200 additional en suite rooms and studios.
Located in Elms BT1, at College Avenue, and Elms BT2, at McClintock Street, both locations are just a 15-20 minute walk from Queen's main campus.
This brings the total available accommodation places to over 3,400.
Prices for all Queen's Accommodation locations are available HERE.
Show apartments in the Marketing Suite are now open so you can have a look around our new accommodation. The Marketing suite opening times are 10.00am to 6.00pm Monday to Saturday, located at Elms BT2 in McClintock Street, Belfast. On Thursday night the show apartments are open from 10:00am - 8:00pm.
The Queen's Accommodation Allocation Policy 2018-19 is available HERE and will make you aware of any changes and how these will affect your application and allocation of a place.
Accommodation will be available from from 15 September 2018 for a 38-week contract, or 8 September 2018 for a 39-week contact, most suitable if you are arriving early or if you are an international student attending the International Students' Welcome and Orientation Programme. You should read the Allocation Policy on the Accommodation website, noting in particular relevant closing dates. We would highlight that, for students from Northern Ireland, the closing date for applications is 1 August 2018.
The Seamus Heaney Centre at Queen’s has announced the appointment of Iain Archer, Lucy Caldwell and Lisa McGee as the Seamus Heaney Centre Fellows for 2018 – 19.
Create a positive impression by setting up a profile on LinkedIn.
Start your online professional network with friends, classmates and work colleagues before sending connection requests to professionals.
Join groups relevant to your future career and actively participate in them to raise your profile.
Follow companies that you would like to work for to find out more about them.
Twitter allows you to easily share ideas and resources, to see what’s happening and to find or create an online community where you can discuss the things you love.
Follow @CareersatQueens to stay informed about events and opportunities.
Search for companies that interest you and follow them to find out about deadlines, campus visits, etc.
Follow industry professionals or relevant hashtags to find out about the latest developments.
Unless your account is protected, remember that your Tweets can be viewed by anyone so be careful about what you share!
Facebook is a great way of keeping in touch and you'll find lots of organisations use it to share information, however, it is important to protect your personal details.
Use privacy settings to control who can see your profile and don't accept Friend Requests from people you don't know.
Make sure that you can approve Facebook tags before allowing them on your timeline.
Before posting comments, photographs, videos, etc. online, think carefully about whether they could have a negative impact on your career prospects.
Remember that information posted to social media sites can be easily shared and often becomes public.
Setting up your own blog is a great way to develop your writing skills and showcase your expertise.
Make sure that you choose a subject that reflects your interests and career aspirations.
Check out existing blogs within your area of interest for inspiration.
Think carefully about the purpose of your blog and who your target audience is.
- Be cybersmart!
Remember, you are responsible for anything you post online!
Restrict any personal social media sites to close friends and family only.
Don’t post anything that could cause others offence or embarrassment.
Never share your passwords and protect mobile devices with a PIN.
If you find content online that could harm your reputation, send a polite request asking the publisher to remove or correct it, or report it using the links provided.
Make sure you read our Social Media Guides and Policies.
Be prepared to talk about your qualifications and grades including GCSEs. Ask questions; Admissions tutors want you to find out as much as you can to make sure it is the right course for you.
Having a copy of your personal statement in front of you, as a reminder to why you wanted to study a specific subject in the first place, is useful.Contacting Us
Discover how our historic buildings meet modern study spaces, see our world-class facilities and check out our brand new city-centre accommodation.
Our virtual tour will show you what sets us apart.