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Queen's University: Rankings, Acceptance Rate, Courses, Admission 2024, Requirements & Tuition Fees

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About Queen's University

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Year of establishment1841
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Total International Students2946
Size of Campus in acres166
Male/Female Ratio0.92
UG/PG Course Ratio1.52
Endowments ValueCanadian Dollar 1 billion
No.of Campuses2
Accommodation expenses8023 CAD
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Q:   What is Queen's University acceptance rate for international students?


As per some unofficial sources, the Queen's University acceptance rate is around 89%, which means out of every 100 applicants, around 89 are selected, which means it is fairly easy to get selected into the Queen's University. 

The University however, prefers students with good academic background, hence having good academic background increases your chances of getting selected into the Queen's University. 

Here is the list of eligibility requirements to get into Canadian Universities.

Q:   Why do students choose Queen's University?

Queen's University courses have a rich history in Arts and Sciences, which is filled with awards and medals for academic excellence. So, students develop a strong network that is unlike any other. It also has a high employment rate after graduation. About 90.1% of Queen’s graduates are usually employed after six months of graduation, compared to the provincial average of 86.5%. Two years after graduation, the employment rates were 93.5% for Queen’s and 92.2% for the provincial average. So, it is a good investment for students.

Q:   What is the review of Queen's University?


As per various student's opinion available online, Queen's University is reviewed as:

  • The university is highly reputed around the world and in Canada.
  • The university is located near Lake Ontario and the beautiful views. 
  • The university provides extensive education to its students.

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Queen's University Admission Deadlines 2024

  • Application fees :CAD 100 - 110
  • Type of deadline :Depends on course
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Fall1ˢᵗ Mar - 1ˢᵗ Aug 2024
Summer1ˢᵗ Apr 2024
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Q:   What are the deadlines for Queens University Canada?


The Queen's University deadlines for Winter Fall intake 2023 MBA programs is given in the table below:

Type of Deadline

Application deadline

Early Round: Major Scholarship deadlines

Early May

International Application Deadline

Late September

Late Round: Major Scholarship deadlines

Early October

The Application fees for UG and PG courses is given in the table below:

Course Type

Application Fees

Undergraduate Degree

CAD 156

Graduate Degree

CAD 110


Q:   What is Queen's University Canada application fee for international students?


The Queen's University Canada application fee for international students is CAD 100-110, or INR 6500. 


Queen's University Tuition Fees, Duration, and Eligibility 2024

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Courses1st Year Tuition FeesDuration & Eligibility
MS(30 courses)
INR 8 L - 55 L
Duration12 months-5 years
Exam AcceptedTOEFL: 88 - 100, IELTS: 6.5 - 8, PTE: 60 - 65
B.E. / B.Tech(22 courses)
INR 20 L - 34 L
Duration3-4 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 & Above, TOEFL: 88 & Above, PTE: 60 & Above
M.A.(17 courses)
INR 8 L - 10 L
Duration1 year-2 years
Exam AcceptedTOEFL: 88 - 109, IELTS: 7 & Above
B.Sc.(28 courses)
INR 21 L - 55 L
Duration4 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 & Above, TOEFL: 88 & Above, PTE: 60 & Above
MBA/PGDM(14 courses)
INR 8 L - 65 L
Duration10 months-3 years
Exam AcceptedTOEFL: 88 - 100, IELTS: 7 & Above, GMAT: 600 - 650
MASc(6 courses)
INR 8 L - 15 L
Duration1 year-2 years
Exam AcceptedTOEFL: 88 & Above
B.A.(19 courses)
INR 32 L
Duration3-4 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 & Above, TOEFL: 88 & Above
PG Diploma(6 courses)
INR 7 L - 32 L
Duration12 weeks-1 year
Exam AcceptedTOEFL: 88 - 101, IELTS: 7 & Above
BBA(3 courses)
INR 32 L - 34 L
Duration4 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 & Above, TOEFL: 88 & Above, PTE: 60 & Above
M.Arch(3 courses)
INR 8 L - 13 L
Duration10 months-2 years
Exam AcceptedTOEFL: 88 & Above
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Q:   What is the minimum GPA requirement for undergraduate programs at Queens University?


Queen's University requirements for international students will depend on the course and level of study. High school applicants need to have at least 75% or above in their Class 12. The subject-specific requirement also needs to be met, which can be found on their respective course page on the university website.


Q:   What English proficiency tests are accepted by Queens University Canada?


 Queen’s University accepts any one of these English proficiency exams such as:


Q:   What if I don't meet Queen's University requirements for the English language?

In such cases, students can opt for QBridge. It is an English language pathway to Queen’s University for students who are academically competitive for admission to an undergraduate degree programme but do not meet the criteria for English language proficiency. The QBridge programs ensure that students are linguistically, academically, and culturally prepared to complete their Queen’s undergraduate degree studies.

Q:   Does Queen's University require IELTS?


As a requirement for Queen’s University admission, international students are required to submit English language proficiency scores. However, if the applicants meet the specified English language requirements, then they can be exempted from the submission of English language test scores. Queen’s University IELTS requirement along with the other test scores are listed below:


Undergraduate Scores

Postgraduate Scores


6.5 on Academic Module, with no band below 6.0

7 on Academic Module


88 overall with

  • 24 in Writing
  • 22 in Speaking
  • 22 in Reading
  • 20 in Listening




As applicable course-wise

PTE Academic

60 overall


Duolingo English Test




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Q:   Is Queens University considered a good university in Canada?


Queen's University rankings are in the top 5 in the medical-doctoral category and is ranked #3 overall in student satisfaction. For the third year in a row, Queen's was #5 out of the 15 medical-doctoral universities across the country, according to the 2021 Maclean's university rankings. Among world universities, in ranks in the top 250-300 universities. Queen’s University is ranked at 246th position in QS World Rankings 2023.


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Q:   What things to know before going to Canada for studying?


Canada is the most popular study destination among international students. The country offers a friendly environment, high quality education system, and great opportunities for career growth. Some of the things to keep in mind before moving to Canada are:

  • Education system: the education system in the Canada is high-class with a wide range of courses being taught in the universities of Canada.
  • English Language: the medium of instruction in the Canada is English, which makes it easier for Indian students to understand and study in Canada
  • Canada is known for its quality of life, high standards of living.
  • Weather of Canada can be unpredictable and can be very harsh,

Here is complete student guide about studying in CANADA


Q:   What to pack for Canada as an international student?


While packing for Canada as an international students keep following points in mind:

  • Weather in Canada can vary from cold, hot or rainy so you should pack appropriate clothes.
  • Passport and/or ID cards (+copies)
  • Proof of health insurance (+copies)
  • Point of Entry Letter (in paper & digital)
  • Acceptance Letter/Email (in paper)
  • Credit card and/or ATM card
  • Calculator, notebook, pens and whatever you need for classes
  • Your Phone, power bank etc. 
  • Laptop
  • Adapters and all essential electronics
  • Toiletries and medicines 
  • Raincoat and/or umbrella
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Clothes you can layer for changeable weather

Here is complete student guide on CANADA.


Q:   What is the cost of living in Canada for international students?


The cost of living in Canada for international students will depend on various factors such as type of accommodation, lifestyle, and transportation. Here is a table to help you understand approximate monthly expenses in Canada as well as annual costs.


Monthly Cost in Canada

Annual Cost in Canada

Health Insurance

CAD 70

CAD 840



CAD 600

On-campus Rent

CAD 600

CAD 7,200

Mobile phone  (basic package)

CAD 30

CAD 360

Public Transit Pass

CAD 40

CAD 480


CAD 300

CAD 3,600


CAD 80

CAD 960

Car: Fuel

CAD 200

CAD 2,400


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The admisison requirements are mentioned below:

  • 12th - 80%
  • Applicants must have passed 12th from CBSE, CISCE, or State Boards of Higher Secondary Education with minimum marks of 80% overall.
  • Successful completion of Access Course with an average of 70%.



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Answered 2 months ago

Queen's college of Food Technology and Research Foundation has below criteria for taking admissions to it's various courses:
B.E. / B.TechCandidate who have passed Diploma in Engineering & Technology & obtained at least 45% marks (40% marks for Backward class, EWS & PWD candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only) can also apply.
M.E./M.TechCandidates completed B.Tech. (Food Tech./Food Technology)/ B.Tech. (Food Science) or equivalent degree of 4 years duration from any recognised agriculture related University are eligible to apply. Candidates graduated from Other State must have degree from ICAR accredited Agriculture University.


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Answered 3 months ago

The MSc in Management is aimed at students from a non-business or management background who want to either enhance their first degree or transition towards a successful management career. This programme educates students on the many facets of management while also developing important management ski


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Queen's college of Food Technology and Research Foundation provides placement assistance to students. The Institute is visited by reputed organizations such as Topline Switchgear, Jindal Electronic Pvt Ltd, Simply It Solutions, Agi Glaspac, Bianco Textile Solutions, Rehmami Junior College, Eicher, I



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