Queen’s University has a high ranking in Canada for student experiences. It takes an inclusive approach to learning and offers learning beyond the classroom. This experience includes the largest number of clubs per capita among Canadian universities, as well as a strong international exchange program that has more than 220 partners.
Queen’s research-intensive environment, interdisciplinary programs and student support provide the students with the skills needed to compete in today’s evolving workforce. 91% Queen’s graduates are employed within six months of graduation.
A Queen’s education is characterized by outstanding reputations of its scholars, researchers — including the 2015 Nobel Prize Winner Arthur B. McDonald – and can offer unparalleled access to career opportunities and personal development opportunities all over the globe. The university has particular strengths in Physics, cancer research and geo-engineering. It also offers a wide range of social sciences such as surveillance studies and mental healthcare. This sets the university apart from other universities.
Queen’s University is home to over 24,000 students. It boasts a 93% undergraduate graduation rate, many learning opportunities, unmistakable school spirit and a close-knit global network 159,000 alumni from 153 countries. Queen’s University graduates are part of an international community that is both lifelong learners and leaders.