Why Queen's Arts & Science

Hands-on learning with world-renowned researchers such as Nobel Prize winner Dr. Art MacDonald. Sounds too good to be true? How about a retreat centre where students gather to write and stay on track during their projects; or global exchange opportunities with institutions such as Stuggart in Germany? What about A tried and true education that has been around with a track record for success? This is Queen's grad studies. Here's more:

  1. Our grad school started in 1889, giving us 127 years to perfect what we do
  2. 4,000 graduate students makes for a big enough community to have meaningful engagement and collaboration, but small enough you don't get lost in the mix.
  3. Over 100+ study options - from part-time, to distance to traditional. It's like choosing your own adventure.
  4. Learn in the smartest city in Canada. It's true. We have more PhD graduates per capita than any other cities across our country.
  5. Queen's ranked 4th among medical-doctoral universities in Canada in Maclean's 2016 University Rankings – and 1st for student satisfaction!
  6. A walkable community for you (and your family if that's a consideration). From our waterfront, to our parks, to our vibrant downtown shopping district only minutes from campus.
  7. Money talks right? How about student funding over $30 million, or $10 million for teaching assistantships?

Instead of us telling you what Grad School at Queen's is like - check out our Grad Student Blog Gradifying or tune-in to Grad Chat on CFRC 101.9FM.

 

 

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Recorded webinar for students in Arts programs

Recorded webinar for students in Science programs