There are 3,400 rooms available in the university’s own student accommodation, each one offering a high standard of living for first-year undergraduates and other students who may be eligible to apply. Accommodation is all situated close to university facilities and includes all utilities, as well as high-speed Wi-Fi internet access.
For any students who miss out on university-owned accommodation or who are entering their second or third years, there is ample private accommodation targeted at the student market throughout the city.
Students can use the accommodation services at the university to find reputable landlords, ensuring they have no trouble finding an affordable place to stay while they complete their studies. Most university-owned accommodation is en-suite while private includes a mix of en-suite halls and houses with shared bathroom facilities.
Queen’s University Belfast is one of the UK’s most prestigious and renowned institutions and it works hard to make sure that this reputation is justified. It provides a range of outstanding facilities to ensure its students have every tool they need to succeed.
This starts with the award-winning McClay Library. This contemporary resource embraces the latest technology along with open-plan architecture to ensure students can easily work, collaborate and access all the learning materials they might need.
Each faculty is also equipped with the latest labs and workshops, particularly important for the university to continue its position at the forefront of research work. Students benefit from state-of-the-art learning spaces and the very latest information, equipping them to step right into their chosen field.
Social activities aren’t neglected either, and are best exemplified by the stunning sports facilities that students have access to. The Physical Education Centre (PEC) is the hub of sport at the university, with every indoor and outdoor court, pitch or facility students could need for their favourite sporting pastime.