Queens's University Belfast

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Queen's University Belfast is one of the leading universities in the UK and Ireland with a distinguished heritage and history.
Founded in 1845 as Queen's College Belfast, we became an independent university in 1908. Today, we are ranked 200 in the world (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021), and a member of the Russell Group of UK research intensive universities, combining excellence in research and education with a student-centred ethos.
A WORLD CLASS EDUCATION AND STUDENT EXPERIENCE
At Queen’s we offer a world-class education that prepares our students for leadership and citizenship in a global society.
LEADERS IN INNOVATION AND IMPACT
Queen's is a driver of innovation and talent based on excellence. We are globally connected and networked with strategic partnerships across the world, helping us to expand our impact on wider society locally, nationally and globally.
A GLOBAL AND INCLUSIVE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY
Queen’s is ranked 22nd in the world for international outlook and is attracting global talent to Belfast.Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2019.
We currently have staff and students from over 80 countries, helping to create a multicultural and vibrant campus. They are joining a university that is committed to attracting, retaining and developing the best global talent within an environment that enables them to realise their full potential.
NORTHERN IRELAND'S LEGENDARY BEAUTY
Queen’s University is situated in Belfast, the capital city of Northern Ireland.
A city with innovation at its heart, technological advances infiltrate every sector helping to build our competitiveness on the global stage. There are almost 900 international companies located in Northern Ireland, making Belfast the second most successful city in the UK (after London) for attracting US trade.
There’s plenty happening outside the city, including the famous filming locations for the HBO series Game of Thrones, the awe-inspiring Giant’s Causeway, voted the UK’s best Heritage Attraction, and the Mourne Mountains, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty canonised as CS Lewis’ Narnia.

Accounting

  • United Kingdom
  • Queens's University Belfast
  • 3 year(s)
  • Bachelor
  • ID 8506

Accounting is concerned with the provision of decision-useful economic information for both internal and external organisational stakeholders, through financial statements and budgeting. This degree is designed for students who intend to enter the accounting profession and as such contains considerable practical content, as well as essential theory and critical thinking skills, in the various specialisations of Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Auditing, Taxation and Finance. During your studies, you will also have the opportunity to develop interpersonal skills including communication, leadership and team working, in order to lead people and manage change in organisations.

 

$23845 Annual Fees

Aerospace Engineering

  • United Kingdom
  • Queens's University Belfast
  • 3 year(s)
  • Bachelor
  • ID 8508

Aerospace Engineering is at the cutting edge of technology, understanding and applying scientific principles to the design, development and service of some of the most technologically advanced engineering products in the world, ranging from commercial aeroplanes and helicopters to spacecraft and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.

With the ability to succeed in diverse and challenging situations, aerospace engineers are naturally versatile, opening up a wide range of career opportunities, and our graduates can be found in leading private and public sector companies worldwide.

 

$29325 Annual Fees

Anthropology

  • United Kingdom
  • Queens's University Belfast
  • 3 year(s)
  • Bachelor
  • ID 8509

Anthropology is the study of human diversity around the world. In studying anthropology, you will learn how different societies live together and think about such topics as family, sex, religion, art, and economics and gain skills increasingly in demand in a globalized and automated world.

The BA in Anthropology at Queen’s will allow you to examine some of the deepest and most pressing questions about human beings. Issues addressed in our modules include:

Does globalisation mean the end of cultural difference?
Can a post-conflict society heal?
How do ritual traditions, musical performances, and art shape cultural identities?
How do some people become willing to die for a group?

Through classroom modules, optional placements, performance ensembles and your own anthropological fieldwork, you will also gain valuable skills in critical thinking, cross-cultural understanding, researching, interviewing, writing, and presenting.

$23845 Annual Fees

Anthropology and English

  • United Kingdom
  • Queens's University Belfast
  • 3 year(s)
  • Bachelor
  • ID 8510

Students undertaking Anthropology and English at Queen’s explore the variety and richness of human experience.

Anthropology is the study of human diversity around the world. In studying anthropology, you will learn how different societies live together and think about such topics as family, sex, religion, art, and economics and gain skills increasingly in demand in a globalized and automated world

Students of English at Queen’s explore literatures in English in the widest sense. From the earliest writings in Anglo-Saxon to contemporary Irish, British, and ‘global’ literatures, students study English in its historical, linguistic, and cultural circumstances.

Together, Anthropology and English open windows onto worlds, real and imagined, that differ from our own.

$23845 Annual Fees

Anthropology and French

  • United Kingdom
  • Queens's University Belfast
  • 4 year(s)
  • Bachelor
  • ID 8511

In addition to developing linguistic proficiency in French, students on the Anthropology and French degree learn to critically reflect on identity, culture and society. In Anthropology, they examine patterns of social interaction, interrogate how social identities bind groups together, and understand how conflict arises and resolutions are found across the world’s cultures. In French, they analyse Francophone cultures (literature, cinema, linguistics, art, history) in the broadest sense. Students often spend their year abroad in a francophone country such as Martinique or Réunion, where they can complete anthropological fieldwork for their final-year project.

$23845 Annual Fees