Queen's University Belfast
20Camera Icon
Queen's University Belfast Logo

Queen's University Belfast Admissions 2024: Application Fees & Deadline

Map Pin IconBelfast, UK
  • B++ Shiksha Grade
  • Institute Icon1 Campus
  • Estd. 1845
Dark Clock Icon Last updated on 17 Nov '23, by Rashmi Gupta (Study Abroad Expert)

What's New at the Queen’s University Belfast? Jun 30, 2024, is the Queen’s University Belfast application deadline for UCAS applications for international students. Queen’s University Belfast is a university of global importance with students from over 85 countries. The university has more than 25,000 students and about 3,500 international students, from more than 96 countries. Queen’s University Belfast international student population includes 908 students from India.A prestigious Russell Group UK university, Queen's University Belfast is ranked in the top 200 universities in the world by Times Higher Education (THE) and top 100 universities in UK by The Guardian and The Complete University Guide.

Queen’s University Belfast Admission 2024 Highlights

Queen’s University Belfast is a public research university located in Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom. Queen's University Belfast acceptance rate is 35%, thus, it is quite competitive. We have provided you Queen’s University Belfast admission details below:

Head

Details

Application Portal 

UG: UCAS/ Direct

PG: Online

Acceptance Rate  

35%

ELP Tests Accepted 

TOEFL / IELTS / PTE/ DuoLingo/ India standard XII CBSE and CISCE (ISC) 70% - 75%

International Application Deadlines 

UCAS Deadline of 30th June 2023 (UG), Course-Specific (PG) 

Academic Calendar 

Semester 

Intake Seasons 

January and September

Interview Requirements 

Depends on Course

Work Experience 

PG Courses - MBA

Financial Aid for International Students 

Available 

Queen’s University Belfast Courses & Fees 2024

The university offers more than 300 in total, including over 200 undergraduate courses, and all of them are open to international students. There are 15 institutions in the university associated with three different faculties through which these courses are offered:

Courses

Duration

1st Year Tuition Fees

B.E. / B.Tech

(18 courses)

3-4 years

INR 21.7 L - 23.5 L

MIM

(15 courses)

12 months-1 year

INR 18 L - 24.7 L

MS

(36 courses)

12 months-2 years

INR 17.2 L - 23.5 L

B.Sc.

(34 courses)

3-4 years

INR 17.2 L - 23.5 L

M.A.

(21 courses)

1 year

INR 18 L - 19.4 L

BBA

(19 courses)

3-4 years

INR 17.7 L - 21.7 L

B.A.

(69 courses)

3-4 years

INR 17.7 L - 21.7 L

PG Certificate

(11 courses)

1 year

INR 5.9 L - 18 L

B.Pharma

(2 courses)

3 years

INR 21.7 L - 23.5 L

M.Arch

(3 courses)

1 year-2 years

INR 21.7 L - 23.5 L

MBA/PGDM

(1 course)

1 year

INR 24.4 L

Others PG

(5 courses)

1 year

INR 18 L - 19.4 L

B.Agri

(1 course)

3 years

INR 17.7 L

MPHARM

(1 course)

4 years

INR 23.5 L

LL.B.

(4 courses)

3-4 years

INR 17.7 L - 19.1 L

LL.M.

(7 courses)

1 year-2 years

INR 17.2 L - 21.1 L

PG Diploma

(17 courses)

1 year

INR 12 L - 18 L

Queen’s University Belfast Adfmission Dtes 2024

Admissions are offered in the Spring and Fall sessions. Undergraduate applicants need to follow the UCAS timelines and submit application as per its deadline. The Queen’s University Belfast deadline is Jun 30, 2024, for Queen’s University Belfast courses except for those applying for Medicine and Dentistry. The dates mentioned below are for international applicants:

Intake season

Deadline

Application for UCAS

Jun 30, 2024

Read less

Queen's University Belfast
Students Ratings & Reviews

4.3/5
Verified Icon7 Verified ReviewsInfo Icon
Vibe of Campus
  • Easy going
  • Friendly
  • Academically oriented
  • Multi-dimensional
Student Views
  • 63% students never faced discrimination in this university
Internships4.3
Part time work4.1
Post study jobs4.3
Quality of faculty4.3
Student Life4.4
Value for money4.7
Public transportation4.3
Safety4.7
Indian Food3.9
Permanent Immigration3.9
A
AnonymousVerified Icon
MSc Accounting and Finance - Batch of 2023
3.5
PlacementsInfrastructureFacultyCrowd & Campus LifeValue for Money
The university offers many opportunities to grow.
Tips: Be ready to take on any opportunities that come. Be sure to study well, as it is not that hard to pass unless you put in the required effort. And also make sure to have fun too as the city has a lot of things to offer. The college also has a lot of programmes that are beneficial to students, so make sure to check them out.
Likes (Value for money): University has nice affiliation and the modules are relevant and well thought. All professors are well educated and helpful. The course also has a lot of assignments that are relevant to the job market and various subject expertise, but scoring in assignments also depends on the professor and his views.
Dislikes (Permanent Immigration): You have a chance to get PSW after you study for 2 more years. I wouldn't personally immigrate here but it does offer scope if you want to. Everything depends on the job you get, and the Visa sponsorship that your job might offer. It takes 5 years of sponsored visa to get permanent residence.
Reviewed on 28 Jul 2023Read more
Thumbs Up IconThumbs Down Icon
K
Krushangi Nandanwar Verified Icon
MSc Finance - Batch of 2022
4.8
PlacementsInfrastructureFacultyCrowd & Campus LifeValue for Money
Leaving your comfort zone, yet finding comfort.
Tips: After taking admission in QUB, I haven’t had any problem and being in Belfast is the best kickstart for any student to start their new journey in the UK, as everything comes around to your budget. The professors interact with the students very well and they do not hesitate to clear the doubts. The college lectures are all offline but you do get study material online and research papers that help us in our assignment and exam preparation. There is a 3 floor library and a Riddel hall where you can do group study by booking the room. A graduate school is there as well which is beautiful and peaceful to study alone. The university has a sports centre including sports like private classes for yoga, aqua jogging, Pilates or dance, swimming, badminton, gym, rock climbing and much more. The university offers various clubs to join such as Tai Jutsu, badminton club, caving club, skydiving club, dance club for especially for south Asian students, etc. After completing the course, Queens has their app called ‘Simplicity’ where you can see which companies are hiring and there are graduate programs as well. Internships are also available which you can do only after you are done with your graduation, since it requires 40 hours of work every week and as a student, we are allowed only 20 hours. The Queen’s itself has cafes and student’s union where you can work part-time. QUB also comes under the Russell Group which is great for your CV. As a student, everyone faces some or the other problem, but you have professors to give you advice and the university also offers support for the student’s well-being. I realize that I took the right decision to choose QUB and I would recommend it to others as well but also, an honest suggestion would be getting into QUB in the September intake is preferable than the January intake.
Reviewed on 1 Sep 2022Read more
Thumbs Up IconThumbs Down Icon
P
Pawan Chabukswar Verified Icon
MSc Planning and Development - Batch of 2022
3.4
PlacementsInfrastructureFacultyCrowd & Campus LifeValue for Money
Low tuition fee and good academic support
Tips: It belongs to the prestigious Russell group of Universities. Students should learn some skills back from their home country that would help them to maneuver through their academic and social life. Also, have their CV tailored as per the UK requirements
Likes (Safety): Safety depends on the area of residence and the area of travel. I was fortunate to live in student accommodation at ulster University and Queen's University during my course but in the last two months, I will be shifting outside the campus accommodation.
Dislikes (Quality of faculty): In my second semester almost there were two months of academic strike that caused concern but later was resolved. Not all faculties are full time working so you have to take appointments. The online library & extra activities help for academic and job purposes.
Reviewed on 8 Aug 2022Read more
Thumbs Up IconThumbs Down Icon
V
Venkatesh Prashanth Shanmugam Verified Icon
MSc in Mechanical Engineering with Management and Industrial Internship - Batch of 2023
4.6
PlacementsInfrastructureFacultyCrowd & Campus LifeValue for Money
Best postgraduate experience at this university.
Tips: Get ready to take up academics seriously with the programs offered to be research intensive in terms of assignments and exams. Engaging in several university clubs and events will provide ample exposure to leadership and is also fun. Learn a thing or two about Irish culture.
Likes (Internships): Belfast is a booming city with a lot of upcoming business opportunities. Local companies hire interns and part time employees. Plenty of summer internships are available with decent pay. Regular effort in applying for internships is required to reach out to employers but the hiring process is fair and square.
Dislikes (Indian Food): There are limited options for Indian cuisine and can often be pricey. Having local food is quite feasible. Being a vegetarian is a little difficult but can work with a lot of recent vegan options popping up in different parts of Belfast. Buying at a local grocery and cooking can prove advantageous.
Reviewed on 10 Jul 2022Read more
Thumbs Up IconThumbs Down Icon
P
Pranay Meshram Verified Icon
MEng Computer Science - Batch of 2024
4.3
PlacementsInfrastructureFacultyCrowd & Campus LifeValue for Money
Good university, very cheap living cost and good for IT students
Tips: The university is very friendly with people and you can have many different clubs to join. From all other universities in UK, this is the cheapest with living rates. There is a variety of different food options however the city isn't as lively as London or Dublin so just make sure you know it'll get a bit quiet at times.
Likes (Indian Food): There are many Indian restaurants around here, like at least 4 at minimum. You can easily order food from delivery or visit them. Also, there are pretty decent Indian shops around where you can buy all the items from India, all original. They're pretty good and you can find almost anything you need.
Dislikes (Part time work): Part time work personally for me has been a bit hard to find but others around me have gotten part-time work pretty easily. I tried applying for part-time jobs in restaurants and other jobs such as receptionist but I never got a response back from anywhere.
Reviewed on 9 Jul 2022Read more
Thumbs Up IconThumbs Down Icon
View All 8 ReviewsRight Arrow Icon

Queen's University Belfast 2024 Admission FAQs

Q:   What is the Queen's University Belfast Fee Structure?

A: 

The Queen’s University Belfast Course tuition fees payable by international applicants depends on the programme and course type. Fee rates depends on criteria like:

  • Classroom-based courses
  • Lab-based or courses with workshop component
  • Pre-clinical elements involved in medical courses
  • Clinical elements involved in medical courses
  • BDS Dentistry composite fee per annum (over 5 years)

In general, international applicants can expect their tuition fee to fall between these ranges as per their chosen programme and course:

Queen’s University Belfast Undergraduate Fees 2023-24

Classroom based courses

£18,800

Laboratory

£23,100

Pre-clinical/ Clinical

£34,450

Queen’s University Belfast Postgraduate Taught Fees 2023-24

Classroom based courses

£19,100

Laboratory

£23,150

Queen’s University Belfast Management School Fees 2023-24

MSc Accounting and Finance

£24,300

MBA

£22,000

Other Courses

£20,750 - £23,100

Queen’s University Belfast Postgraduate Research Fees 2023-24

Classroom

£18,900

Laboratory

£23,850

Tuition fee is subject to a 2% increase each year along with some additional charges. It is recommended that the students visit official website for current academic year fee structure.

Q:   Is there any application fee at Queen's University Belfast?

A: 

The application fee for Queen’s University Belfast for 2023 entry is £22.50 for a single choice, or £27 for more than one choice. For 2024 entry, the application fee is £27.50 for up to five choices (there is no single choice fee). There is no application fee for postgraduate courses.

Q:   Does Queen's University give full scholarships to international students?

A: 

Yes, a few scholarships and grants are offered by the university, such as:

  • International Office Undergraduate Scholarship: This isonly for new or first-year undergraduate students. The amount of scholarship ranges from GBP 3,445 to GBP 4,135.

  • India Academic Excellence Award: Specifically for Indian students studying at the university. Students must have 85% or more in Grade 12and must be full-time undergraduates at the university to avail this benefit. The amount of the scholarship will be around GBP 10,337.

  • Early Bird Rewards: Awarded to those who pay 90% of the first year fees by June 30, and save the proof of payment on email. Such students receive a 10% discount on fees that can be combined with other scholarships. 

  • Vice-Chancellor’s International Attainment Scholarships: Students will have to apply and submit a video for this scholarship. A 50% discount on tuition fees every year for a maximum of four years is awarded.

Q:   What is the Queen's University Belfast acceptance rate?

A: 

Queen's University Belfast acceptance rate is 35%, thus, it is quite competitive. This low acceptance rate of the university makes it one of the very selective universities in the UK. All the applications are considered individually based on merit, personal statement, and references. The majority of the applications are assessed based on academic scores and qualifications. The university ensures that all the assessment methods are fair, reliable, and transparent. Some specific courses might require interviews, auditions, and aptitude tests. For Architecture, a portfolio interview is required. Experience, commitment, and motivation of the students for a chosen course or programme are also considered during selection.

Q:   How to apply for UG Admission at Queen's University Belfast?

A: 

In order to apply for full-time undergraduate degree programmes at Queen’s University Belfast, students need to use the following routes:

  • UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) portal. Institution code name is QBELF and the institution code is Q75.

  • Direct Entry Application form (not for Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing/Midwifery, Pharmacy or Social Work) can be sent via post or emailed to the University.

Eligibility & Documents Required for Queen’s University Belfast UG Admission

The following entry requirements are for undergraduate courses at Queen’s University Belfast:

  • An average of 70-85% or higher in the best of five academic subjects in Grade 12, awarded by CISCE, CBSE, any state board, or equivalent is required.

  • Additionally, a minimum percentage of 75% in every essential subject is necessary. 

  • JEE Mains and JEE Advanced marks are also considered. In such cases, students’ percentage in class must not be below 60%. 

  • For Medicine and Dentistry, students are required to have a minimum of 90% overall, with 90% in Chemistry and Biology.

Indian-UK Marks Equivalency

Grade 12 marks received by Indian aspirants are equivalent to:

Standard XII Percentage

UK Equivalency

85%

AAB at A-level

80%

ABB at A-level

75%

BBB at A-level

70%

BBC at A-level

Documents required for UG applications at Queen’s University Belfast include:

Q:   What is the English Language proficiency requirements for Queen's University Belfast?

A: 

For most Bachelor programmes, excluding Pharmacy, Dentistry, and Medicine, QUB accepts 70% in Core English subject in Grade 12 offered by the following boards:

  • Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) by state boards of West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Gujarat.

  • Indian School Certificate (ISC) by Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE).

  • All India Senior School Certificate Examination (AISSCE) by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).

Apart from this, international UG and PG students can submit any one of these exam score:

English Exam

Linguistically Less Demanding Courses

Linguistically More Demanding Courses

TOEFL iBT

Overall: 80

Writing: 17

Speaking: 20

Reading: 18

Listening: 17

Overall: 95

Writing: 17

Speaking: 20

Reading: 18

Listening: 17

IELTS

Overall: 6.0

Each element: at least 5.5

Overall: 7.0

Each element: at least 5.5

Q:   What are the Queen's University Belfast MBA admission requirements?

A: 

Queen’s University Belfast MBA is AMBA accredited and offers a career development programme and career coaching that help in improving graduate employment outcomes. Students are expected to have a bachelor’s degree (2.1 Honours degree or equivalent qualification), a minimum of 3 years of professional experience, and an IELTS score of 6.5 (with at least 6.0 in each section) as proof of English-language proficiency. In addition to this, students are required to provide up-to-date Curriculum Vitae and a personal statement as well. The course is expected to begin in late September and students should apply as soon as possible (by 11 August 2023) in order to avoid the last-minute rush.

Q:   Is IELTS required for Queens University Belfast?

A: 

Queen's University accepts the IELTS Academic and TOEFL internet-based tests for direct admission to undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes. For IELTS Academic, candidates need to score 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in all four elements of the test and for TOEFL iBT the university requires 80 as the minimum marks followed by different section scores given below:

  • Listening- 17
  • Reading - 18
  • Speaking - 20
  • Writing – 17

Q:   What rank is Queens University Belfast?

A: 

As per QS World University Rankings 2023, the Queen's University Belfast has been ranked #233. According to the US News and World Report 2023, the Queen's Belfast has been ranked at #295 in the best global universities, #123 in the best global universities in Europe, and #29 in the best global universities in the UK. Its courses, such as Arts and Humanities, Microbiology, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Food Science and Technology, etc. have been well received on ranking indices. The University has ranked joint 1st in the UK for research intensity by the Complete University Guide.

Q:   Is MSc in Data Analytics good at Queens's Belfast University?

A: 

Data analytics is an intriguing and rapidly developing area. Data is ubiquitous and growing rapidly, creating a great demand for trained specialists who can extract the true value from the data.
The curriculum offers a balanced approach to learning through a combination of academic study and lab sessions, with a strong emphasis on practical involvement with industry. Students will study 6 modules full-time in the first and second semesters, with options for blended and collaborative learning. They will work on a big industry-based project in the third semester.
Modules such as Data Analytics Fundamentals, Databases and Programming Fundamentals, Data Mining, Machine Learning, Frontiers in Data Analytics, Analytics in Action, and Individual Industry Based Project will be covered by students.

Q:   What are the admission requirements for MSc in Data Analytics at Queens's Belfast University?

A: 

To be eligible you must fulfill the requirements mentioned below:

  • Applicants must hold a 2.1 Honours degree in Mathematics, Statistics, or Computer Science or a closely related discipline, or equivalent qualification acceptable to the University
  • 55%
  • Applicants with a minimum 2.2 Honours degree in a cognate discipline, a 2.1 Honours degree in a non-cognate discipline, or who have not yet completed their degree, will be required to pass an aptitude test
  • 2:1 equivalent as per India:
    • First Division Pass and a minimum final average of 58 - 60% (in the traditional system), or
    • CGPA 5.8 - 7.5 on the 10 point scale; depending on the institution attended and the grading system used
  • 2:2 equivalent as per India: Second Division Pass and a minimum final average of 53 - 55% (in the traditional system), or CGPA 5.3 - 6.5 on the 10 point scale; depending on the institution attended and the grading system used

 

 

Q:   What are the admission requirements for B.A in Anthropology in Queen's Belfast University?

A: 

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%.

 

 

Q:   What are the admission requirements for MSc. in Management in Queen's Belfast University?

A: 

The requirements are mentioned below:

  • Graduation - 55%
  • Applicants must hold a 2.2 Honours degree or its Indian equivalent qualification acceptable to the University in any discipline (except Business or Management)
  • Indian Equivalent:
    • Second Division Pass and a minimum final average of 53 - 55% (in the traditional system), or CGPA 5.3 - 6.5 on the 10 point scale; depending on the institution attended and the grading system used
    • The university takes into account that at some of India's most prestigious higher education institutions it is rare to be awarded a First Class degree. For this reason, it may be possible at the discretion of the Selector to consider candidates from top institutions who have achieved a very good Second Class degree with a final average of 53% or above (where a UK 2:2 is required)

Q:   What is the tuition fees for MSc. in Management in Queen's Belfast University?

A: 

The tuition fees for MSc. in Management in Queen's Belfast University is givenm below:

1st year tuition fees
Fees componentsAmount
Tuition & feesINR 23,60,358
Other expenses in 1st Year
Fees componentsAmount
Hostel & MealsINR 4,42,950
Photocopying & printing chargesINR 5,416
TotalINR 4,48,366
*Tuition & expenses were last updated on 31? August 2023

Q:   How is MSc in Management at Queen's Belfast University?

A: 

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 skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication. Students will study courses like Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Operations Management and Strategy-Making for Managers

About the author

author image
Rashmi Gupta

Study Abroad Expert

As a writer, journalist, and skilled researcher, Rashmi Gupta a journalism and mass communication bachelorette is known for her powerful writing on various issues. Whether it's breaking news or long-form features, she loves the challenge of finding u...Read Full Bio

Queen's University Belfast
Take a look at Campus

Queen's University Belfast Others(5)Queen's University Belfast picture
Queen's University Belfast Others(4)Lanyon Building
Queen's University Belfast Others(3)Queen's University Belfast picture
Queen's University Belfast Others(2)Lanyon Building
Queen's University Belfast Others(1)Queen's University Belfast picture

Queen's University Belfast
Popular & recent articles

View more articles

Queen's University Belfast
Location

Accordion Icon V3
University CityBelfast, Northern Ireland, UK
Size of cityMedium
Population of City3,40,200

Queen's University Belfast
Contact Information

Address

University Road, Belfast, BT7 1NN, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Belfast ( Northern Ireland)

Go to College Website ->

We use cookies to improve your experience. By continuing to browse the site, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy.