Queen’s Students' Union is here to make your life at Queen's enriching, rewarding and fun. It’s run by Queen's students for students, and you’ll be a member along with 24,000 others!
We're here to help and support you, represent you and your views, and run campaigns to make the changes you want to see - be that on your course, on campus, in your Students' Union, the University, your community, or beyond.
And last but not least, we're here to help you have an amazing time at Queen's.
Students' Union Webinar
Listen to the Students' Union President and Student Officer Campaigns & Engagement talk about the Students' Union and the role it can play for you throughout your time at Queen's.
A vibrant student centre and venue
A Students’ Union at the heart of the University, Belfast and the wider community
Decades of activism, campaigning and supporting students
A thriving entertainment hub, with bars, clubs, a shop
Student Representatives at all levels making the changes that are important to you
Support and advice on money, health, housing, academic queries and more
Over 200 Clubs & Societies to get involved in, 20+ of which campaign and work on environmental, ethical, sustainability and social justice issues
Volunteering and enterprise opportunities, programmes, and competitions
7000+ students involved in volunteering, improving lives locally and across the world!
YOUR SOCIAL LIFE
The Speakeasy is your ‘local’ during your time here. Open every day of the week, there’s a mix of club nights, live sport, quizzes, and music to enjoy. It has HD televisions, a giant projector screen, full-sized snooker tables and pool tables. Best of all, it’s always free to get in.
NEW STUDENT CENTRE: 2022
The new Student Centre and Students’ Union will open in 2022, transforming the provision of student services and support offered by the University and the Students’ Union, in one central, state-of-the-art facility.
One of the largest and highest ranked students’ unions in the UK
"Volunteering with Enactus has been the best thing I’ve ever done. I’ve worked with ex-convicts, refugees, asylum seekers, the homeless community and teenage girls, and this year have become Vice-President of Enactus Belfast."
Sinead Henry (BA Politics, Philosophy and Economics)