Queen's University Belfast
Queen’s University Belfast was founded by Royal Charter in 1845. One of three Queen’s Colleges in Ireland, with the others being in Cork and Galway, it became a university in its own right in 1908 and is UK’s 9th oldest university. In 1909 there were around 600 students, mostly drawn from the historic nine counties of Ulster. Today there are approximately 23,000 from the UK and Ireland and more than 80 other countries. Queen’s University Belfast is a world-class university with a global outlook that’s ranked 20th in the world. Queen's has also been placed 9th overall for Student Experience and 14th for Research Quality according to the Sunday Times guide.
With some 1,800 international students from nearly 100 countries, its campus is truly a diverse and global environment, which attracts the brightest and best international students and staff. Queen’s University Belfast is ranked in the top 200 for 15 subject areas, including Archaeology, English Language and Literature, Law and Legal Studies, Geography, History, Pharmacy and Pharmacology, Medicine, Electronic and Electrical Engineering. The institution offers more than 200 undergraduate courses, 150 postgraduate taught courses and close to 70 postgraduate research courses. The university provides support to the students in making career decisions and help them take advantage of opportunities including studying abroad, work experience and graduate jobs. It also gives students opportunities to stretch their ambitions by meeting employers and participating in career development programmes. The university also offers scholarship to international students across their undergraduate, postgraduate taught and postgraduate research programmes.
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