Established in 1841, the Queens University is a public research university located in the city of Kingston, on the shores of Lake Ontario, in Canada, mid-way between Montreal and Toronto, and near the entrance of the Rideau Canal, a UNESCO world heritage site. It is one of the oldest degree-granting institutions in Canada. The university is a member of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada and has 57 Rhodes Scholars associated with it.
The Queen’s University comprises of various faculties: Faculty of Arts and Sciences; Faculty of Education; Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science; Faculty of Health Sciences; School of Graduate Studies; Faculty of Law; School of Business; and School of Policy Studies. The Queens is renowned for its research strengths in several areas, including computational science, engineering, globalisation studies, mental health, clinical biomedical sciences, sustainable energy systems and social issues such as poverty and bullying.
The total student population at the university is more than 23,000 students of which over 18,900 are enrolled in the undergraduate programs. The student to faculty ratio at the Queens University is 15:1.
The university operates six research centres and institutes, the Centre for Neuroscience Studies, Geo-Engineering Centre, High Performance Computing Virtual Laboratory, Human Mobility Research Centre, Sudbury Neutrino Observatory Institute, and the Southern African Research Centre. It ranks 4th among medical-doctoral universities in Canada. Its 17 university- and faculty-based research centres provide dynamic, collaborative settings for scholars.
Queens University Programs
Queens University Application Requirements
Queens University Cost of studies
Fees vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
Queens University Deadlines
Undergraduate: Jan 15th
Graduate: Jan 15th
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific deadlines.