About Queen’s University Belfast

Queen’s University Belfast was founded in 1810 and is the ninth oldest university in the United Kingdom. It is currently a member of the Russell Group, an association of the best 24 British public universities among which are the University of Cambridge and the University of Oxford. It has an approximate community of 24,000 students and is organized into three faculties: Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; Engineering and Physical Sciences and Medicine and Health Sciences.

Why Queen’s University Belfast

- Queen’s University Belfast ranks 24th among the most international universities in the world and ranks 9th in the world for its active research collaboration.

- Also the university is globally connected and has established strategic agreements worldwide, such as its association with the China Medical University, which resulted in the creation of China Queen’s College.

- It Has a high score regarding the satisfaction of its students and employability rates.

- Queen’s is one of the UK’s leading institutions for research commercialisation. It has created more than 70 spin-out companies and is in the top 5 in the UK for Intellectual property (IP) commercialisation. It is also ranked number one in the UK for its participation in Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP).

Locations and Addresses:

Belfast: University Rd, Belfast BT7 1NN, Reino Unido
Founded in: 1810
Establishment: University.
Institution type: Public University .
Total number of students: Undergraduate 18,795 (2017). Postgraduate 5,055 (2017).
Type of accommodation: Off campus and on campus
Contact WhatsApp: +44 (0)28 9024 5133