Queen's University Belfast

Queen's University Belfast, founded in 1845, stands as a beacon of academic excellence in Northern Ireland and beyond. Queen's University Belfast was founded by Queen Victoria through a royal charter in 1845. Initially established as Queen's College, Belfast, it became a university in its own right in 1908. Nestled in the vibrant city of Belfast, the university campus offers modern amenities, historic buildings, research centers, libraries, student housing, and cultural venues, fostering a vibrant academic community. With a reputation for groundbreaking research, a wide array of academic programs, and a thriving student life, Queen's University Belfast has a rich history of academic excellence and has played a significant role in shaping Northern Ireland's intellectual and cultural landscape.

Queen's has many distinguished alumni, including former president of Ireland Mary McAleese; Nobel Prize winners poet Seamus Heaney and politician Lord Trimble; former Prime Minister of Northern Ireland Lord Faulkner of Downpatrick.