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Delegates Ashish Vats | Regional Manager (South Asia) Date & Time -5th January 2020 (12 pm-2 pm) ? – KIEC Dillibazar Office ?Why study at ? Queens University Belfast? ✔ Queen’s has
Ashish Vats | Regional Manager (South Asia)
Date & Time -5th January 2020 (12 pm-2 pm)
? – KIEC Dillibazar Office
?Why study at ? Queens University Belfast?
✔ Queen’s has been ranked 1st in the world for the quality of its Graduate School
✔ It’s achieved 2nd position in the UK higher education sector for its Research Intensity
✔ Queen’s is one of Northern Ireland’s leading employers, and is also the proud recipient of the Silver Athena SWAN Institutional Award, being one of only seven UK universities to hold this recognition, which celebrates excellence in employment practices for women in STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine – subjects
✔ Queen’s is ranked among the UK’s top 10 for its quality of student accommodation
✔ And on top of these unparalleled achievements, 94% of the university’s annual 6,000 graduates are in meaningful work or further study six months after graduation
✔ One of only 24 uiversities in Rusell Group
✔ Belfast is the most affordable city in the UK for students, with the lowest cost of living overall
✔ Only 15 mins walk from the city Center
✔ Employ ability links to over 3000 companies
✔ 94% of Queens Universities are in employment or further study 6 months after graduating
✔ Ranked 12th in the UK for Student Satisfaction (The times and Sunday times 2014
As a prestigious member of the reputed Russell Group of universities, Queen’s University Belfast is a sterling representative of global higher education. Originally established in 1845, Queen’s is the ninth-oldest higher education provider within the UK sector, presenting 170 years of academic heritage that perfectly blends global recognition with an innovative culture, and a life-changing student experience.
Of the 24 world-leading institutions that form the Russell Group, Queen’s is the fastest-growing in terms of international student intake, serving as a home away from home for non-native scholars around the world. In fact, with more than £1.5 million available in their international scholarship kitty, it’s hardly a surprise that Queen’s is home to 1,800 overseas students from more than 100 countries.