The Queen’s graduate student community is home for more than 500 international students from approximately 80 countries around the world. From the dedicated Muslim prayer space in the John Deutsch University Centre to the International Food Appreciation Team, diversity makes its presence felt every day across the campus.
Wherever you come from and whichever culture you call your own, you’ll have no trouble finding students who share your customs and new friends to expose you to exciting new ideas.
To accommodate the diverse needs of students from around the world, the Queen’s community has a network of services to help international students adapt to their new home.
The Queen’s University International Centre is a place to go for a relaxing cup of coffee or tea when you need a break between classes. It is a resource centre, a library, a lounge, a place to study and a place to make a few friends. Mostly, though, QUIC is a home away from home for members of the international student community.
QUIC services include:
Being part of an international community can be exciting, but sometimes you crave the comfort of the foods, customs and traditions that remind you of home.
The Queen’s campus is home to clubs and associations for students from dozens of countries, cultures and backgrounds. Here are just a few of the groups that call campus home: