Studying at INTO Queen’s University Belfast
Welcome to INTO Queen’s University Belfast. This is your centrally located, dedicated space to attend classes, study and socialize during your pathway program.
The INTO Center is close to everything on campus, from the library to the Students’ Union – so you’ll be immersed in university life from day one.
Explore the INTO Center
Going above and beyond to support you
We really care about your happiness and your success. Our dedicated Student Services team, based in the INTO Center, is there to support you from the moment you arrive.
So go on, ask us anything. How do you open a bank account? Where should you go for the best bao buns in Belfast? We’re there to answer all your questions.
24/7 support – a 24-hour emergency telephone number, just in case you need us.
Visa workshops – to help with renewing or extending your visa.
Regular social program – meet people, make friends and experience something new.
Language advisers – additional support if you have a lower level of English.
Progression support – individual progression support, events and open days.
Personal Tutor – your contact for any academic questions or wellbeing support.
Helping you every step of the way
Your first week with us is an important one: you’ll get to know your new classmates, teachers and support staff! The induction program during your first week will also cover:
expert visa support
help registering your details with the police
how to open a bank account
how to register with a doctor and dentist
information on the British legal system.
Your teachers at INTO Queen’s are friendly, knowledgeable and care about your progress – so they’ll be more than happy to advise if you need any help. At the beginning of your program you’ll meet your Personal Tutor, who you can approach with any academic questions or personal issues throughout your time with INTO. They’ll help you settle in, monitor your academic progress, and can refer you for additional support if you need it.
Watch this video to meet some of the teachers at INTO Queen’s.
Once you progress to your degree, the International Student Support team at Queen’s University Belfast will look after you. They’ll offer support and guidance to help you settle into life at university.
Your quality education, confirmed
The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA)
QAA is an independent body entrusted with monitoring and advising on standards and quality in UK higher education. The main objectives of QAA are setting and monitoring the standards of UK higher education, including the development of the UK Quality Code for Higher Education.
The British Council, founded in 1934, was created to promote a wider knowledge of the UK and the English language abroad and to develop closer cultural relations between the UK and other countries. Accreditation of courses is based on a number of expectations by the British Council as laid out in the British Council Accreditation Handbook.
INTO Queen’s University Belfast is regulated by the Office for Students (OfS). The OfS aims to help students succeed in higher education by ensuring they receive excellent information and guidance and get a high-quality education that prepares them for the future, while protecting their interests. For more information, visit the Office for Students.