Queen's University

Queen's University

Established by Queen Victoria in 1845, Queen’s is one of the UK’s leading research-intensive universities. The teaching quality is recognised as being of the highest standard. Queen’s students are taught by academics who are informed by the latest discoveries in their fields. The University has won five Queen’s Anniversary Prizes for Further and Higher Education, for world-class achievement in green chemistry, environmental research, palaeoecology, law and for Northern Ireland’s Comprehensive. Queen’s inspires its students to realise their potential. Their blend of heritage, tradition and innovative, future-thinking values delivers a first-class student experience.The University’s broad-based curriculum offers something for everyone. In Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, the breadth of provision is enormous, embracing the traditional disciplines as well as more recent introductions such as Drama and Film Studies. Across Engineering and Physical Sciences, stunts are benefiting from an extensive refurbishment of laboratories and other teaching provisions. In Medicine, Health and Life Sciences students have access to first-class facilities and a range of courses for future health care professionals and life scientists.

 

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