United Kingdom
Queen’s University of Belfast
Queen's University Belfast, founded in 1845, is on a mission to alter the world with innovative minds. Queen's, one of the UK's oldest institutions, is a member of the Russell Group of UK research-intensive universities.

Cost of attendance

Admission to the programs at Queen’s University Belfast requires an average cost of 16,000-42,000 USD (~11-31.2 Lakh INR) for international students. 


Queen's University Belfast offers students excellent housing alternatives at reasonable prices. Currently, the university has about 3,400 student housing spaces. Students can also opt for private rental housing, which is available at reasonable rates. Queen's Quarter is a well-known example, with weekly rents ranging from £50-£60. The typical monthly rent for off-campus living is 600 to 700 Pounds.

Acceptance rate

More than 3,500 international students from 80 different nations attend the university. Over 900 of these students are from India, accounting for 25% of the total student population.The university gives offers of admission to 86.1% of its applicants, the 3rd highest amongst the Russell Group.


The university campus is located in Belfast, a vibrant metropolis. Northern Ireland's capital city offers a dynamic atmosphere as well as a rich culture. The institution is investing 700 million GBP during a 20-year capital development programme to provide students with cutting-edge facilities. Over 7,000 international students from more than 80 countries attend the university. There are over 200 clubs and groups on campus that allow students to connect and have fun. Naughton Gallery, located on the university campus, is an award-winning art gallery. It's a terrific spot for art enthusiasts and students to go to see exhibitions. The Queen's Film Theatre is ideal for moviegoers. Students can have fantastic views from the Ulster Museum and the Botanic Gardens. The McClay Library houses an extensive collection of books, journals, computers, and media services. It has around 2,000 reader chairs and 1.2 million books. There is also a café and free Wi-Fi in the library.


QMS is delighted to have been awarded EQUIS, AMBA and SBC accreditation in 2021. These accreditations not only provide our students with a guarantee that they are receiving top quality education, but also present global networking and career opportunities.

Jobs and Placement

Queen's University Belfast has 430 business relationships, which gives students with a plethora of work-project options. At the conclusion of their project, more than 80% of these students are offered a permanent position. In general, students get good placements and earn a good wage. Management, the health industry, financial services, and the pharmaceuticals section have the highest placement rates. Liberty, Bank of America, Rolls Royce, Exxon, Pfizer, Intel, Invesco, Schlumberger, and Bombardier are among the companies that recruit at the university. Employees who graduate from Queen's University Belfast earn an average of $85k.

QS Ranking

# 216 in QS World University Rankings, 2022.

The Ranking

#85 in world university rankings as per Times Higher Education 2022

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