The student population of Queen’s is over 17,000, approximately 1,400 of whom are international students from nearly 100 countries. Queen’s graduates make their mark all over the world in fields as diverse as surgery, civil engineering and music. As a result of this, there are active graduate associations in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Hong Kong, Malaysia and the USA.
Life at Queen’s combines the excitement of a vibrant student city combined with a compact, historic campus where you will find research and teaching excellence, innovative learning and some of the best campus facilities in these islands. As a new student you will receive a warm welcome and soon become part of the community.
Queen’s has recently invested £259 million into its staff, students and infrastructure to provide some of the best campus facilities in the UK and Ireland.
Among them is the award-winning McClay Library, one of the finest libraries in the world, and home to 1.2 million volumes and 2,000 reader places. The Library also houses a dedicated Language Centre to help students at all levels develop their language skills.
The McClay Library has to be one of the finest facilities of the many already at Queen’s - Priscilla Cunningham Read more>
Students have access to over 1,800 PCs on campus and . The University’s virtual learning environment, Queen’s Online, provides each student with secure online access to information and materials relating to their course.
The Student Guidance Centre is your first stop for information, advice and guidance throughout your time at Queen's. Here you'll find services including:
The Students’ Union at Queen’s offers students an opportunity to socialise and make friends with peers from a diverse range of countries and cultures. It already ranks in the top five students’ unions in the UK and aims to become number one. The Students’ Union building boasts an entertainment complex, shops, cafés, and hosts a varied programme of concerts, comedy and live sport.
There are more than 190 student clubs and societies catering for almost every type of interest and cultural background. The Union also offers a range of student support services and provides advice on developing business ideas through its Enterprise SU facility. For more information, visit: www.qubsu.org
Amy Slack tells you why you should take the opportunity to explore the range of clubs and societies available to you as a Queen’s student.