Queen’s University Belfast has invested over £50m in the McClay Library, blending the best features of a traditional library with the latest technology. Facilities there include computing and media services, IT training rooms, quiet study and group work areas, a cafe and a Language Centre. Other facilities at the university include a financial Trading Room with Bloomberg terminals, interdisciplinary health and life sciences research facilities and innovative engineering hubs.
Queen’s University Belfast has its own boutique cinema on campus, the Queen’s Film Theatre which presents the best in classic and new world cinema. It’s also home to the award-winning Naughton Gallery, one of Belfast’s most exciting art spaces. Other cultural institutions include The Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry and The Brian Friel Centre for Theatre Research.
Belfast offers the lowest cost of living for students in the UK, according to the Mercer Cost of Living City Ranking 2021, so your money goes further than in any other university city.
MyFuture is a career network and career management platform connecting Queen's University Belfast students with employers. It makes it easier for both students and graduates to find the right jobs and work experience opportunities and for employers to recruit new talent. The Future-Ready Roadmap is designed to help students to develop new skills, explore the right opportunities, build their support network and gain the confidence to realise their ambitions. It is embedded into every course so students can see where their gaps are, chart their progress and plan their future.
The Queen's University Belfast acceptance rate is 35%.