The Admissions and Access Service is part of the Student Plus Directorate and processes the vast majority of Undergraduate and Postgraduate applications to the University.Queen's Course Finder
Queen’s University Belfast is committed to providing a professional admissions service. The Undergraduate Admissions Policy and accompanying procedures are transparent, fair and consistently applied which ensures that prospective students understand how the admissions process works and applications are processed in a timely manner.
The Policy applies to the admission of undergraduate students to Queen’s University Belfast. It provides information on procedures and related matters together with details of the responsibilities of those involved in the process. The Policy is kept under review and is updated periodically to reflect progress in achieving the universities aims.
To achieve these aims the University:
- encourages applications from suitably qualified applicants, particularly from groups which are currently under-represented in Higher Education;
- selects on the basis of fair, transparent, reliable and objective criteria, applied equitably and consistently;
- admits the best qualified applicants to degree courses in line with the University’s priorities, the targets agreed in academic plans and within the overall constraints applied by the government and professional bodies.
The Undergraduate Admissions Policy complies with relevant legislation affecting the admission of students and meets the expectation of the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) UK Quality Code for Higher Education, Chapter B2: Recruitment, Selection and Admission to Higher Education (2013) (www.qaa.ac.uk).
Each member of the Admissions team is responsible for queries related to a specific subject area from incoming undergraduate students. Follow the link below to see a list of their subject responsibilities.Staff Subject Responsibilities