Student Housing in Queens University Belfast, Belfast

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Queens University Belfast

About

Located in the capital city of Belfast, Queen's University Belfast also known as QUB or Queen's is a public research university which has its origin traced back to 1810. Founded under the name of "RBA Institution", which eventually became Queen's College in the year 1845. Following which the Queen's College received its University status in the year 1908.

The QUB offers a range of academic programmes for over 23,000 students at both undergraduate and postgraduate level in various subjects, out of which the particularly preferred ones include Literature, Business and Medicine. 

Apart from being one of the leading universities in Ireland and the UK, the Queen's University is also a part of the Russell Group and holds affiliations with ACU, Universities Ireland, EUA and Universities UK. In addition to this, the Queens is also associated with one Turing Award laureate and two Nobel laureate.

Student accommodation Queen's University Belfast

Queen's University (QUB) is one of the top-ranked universities in the whole Northern Ireland and with a massive student population to cater to; the student accommodation market has also grown exponentially. So if you are a university student looking out for the Queen's university accommodation or private housing in Belfast, do not worry. The city houses a wide range of budget-friendly student accommodation in Belfast which includes private halls of residence, student dormitories and Halls of residence.

Queen's accommodation or Halls of Residence are residential blocks built by the university to provide students with an easy and convenient on-campus housing option. The university students can rent the QUB accommodation for their academic term but note that due to the increasing demand and proximity to the university, the queen's accommodation tends to get occupied at a lightning pace.

In addition to halls of residence, the city also provides students with a vast range of available student rooms in Belfast which includes en-suites apartments, studios, non-en-suites and shared flats. These private student housings are built in almost all the major locale of the city, including the areas close to Queen’s University, therefore providing the convenience of commutation to the students. Some of the popular private accommodation near the QUB include John Bell House, Botanic Studios, and Swanston House Belfast. Moreover, the rent of these private student lodges in Belfast are inclusive of all the utility bills.

Location

The Queen's University has a main campus and two university college associated with it. 

The Queen's main campus is located in the southern edge of the Belfast city centre, while the other two university colleges- Stranmillis and St Mary's are located in the south-west and west part of the city respectively. 

Located on the Stranmillis Road, Belfast, the Stranmillis University College currently caters a total of 1,400 students and is merely 10-minutes drive from the city centre. The college offers a range of degree courses including TESO, PGCE and BEd. 

Situated at Falls Road, St Mary's University College provides teacher training and liberal arts degree. The college offers four academic programmes- BA (Hons) in Liberal Arts, Masters in Education, BEd (Hons) (Primary and Post-Primary) and PGCE (Irish Medium Education). 


The nearest train station from the Queen’s is Botanic Train Station which is just 5-minute walk from the main campus and a connection to Dublin is simply one-stop away, via Belfast Central Station. Also, there are many coaches and bus services which operates from the City Hall to  Queen’s University Belfast every 10-15 minutes. The nearest bus lines stop include  7A, 7B and 9A. 

Student life

Apart from being known for its history, culture, academics, the city of Belfast is also quite famous for its vibrant nightlife, clubs, bars, shopping centres, parks and eating scenes. So the student life at Queen's University is not only limited to books and studies but is much more than that. So be ready to enjoy the experience of your lifetime in the city. 

Feel like unwinding after a long day at the university? Spend time chilling with your friends over good food and conversations in various cafes and restaurants present within the university campus or spend your day-off reading your favourite book at the university's award-winning library. The other on-campus facilities include IT training rooms, individual and group study areas and the Language Centre. 

After a long- day at the university, enjoy your night at the Jeggy Nettle Pub, or Taboo presents or laugh out to your heart's content at Queen's Comedy Club.   you can also join in for the game of thrones tour or grab a few quick bites at some of the city's iconic eateries. 

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