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[Experience Queen's]

Experience Queen’s

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Canada’s definitive university experience.

At Queen’s, we challenge and support in equal measure. When studying at Queen’s, you can expect to be exposed to innovative concepts, different ideas, and new ways of thinking. At the same time, we will provide you with the tools and resources you need to succeed.

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[Queen's campus]
Unmistakably Queen’s
[Introducing Queen's University]
Introducing Queen's University
[Kingston sign]
Get to know Kingston
[campus building]
Inclusive Queen's
[student at computer]
Living in Residence
[Art McDonald]
The Path to the Nobel Prize
[Queen's campus from above]
Principal Woolf: Queen's in the Future
[student artist]
Creative Arts
[drama production]
Dan School of Drama and Music
[students on stage]
Music at Queen's
Languages and Cultures
[students in the field]
Life and Physical Sciences
Mathematics and Statistics
Math and Statistics
Social Sciences
[the Castle entrance]
Bader International Study Centre
[education students]
Faculty of Education
Engineering and Applied Science
What is Engineering Chemistry?
Engineering Chemistry
Studies in Math and Engineering
Math and Engineering
[Goodes Hall interior]
[students from behind]
Queen's School of English
[detail of painting]
The Agnes Etherington Art Centre
[QIC project]
Dunin-Deshpande Queen's Innovation Centre
[One Team – We Are All Gaels]
One Team – We Are All Gaels
[Richardson Stadium]
The New Richardson Stadium
A Glimpse of Life at Queen's!
A Glimpse of Life at Queen's!
[students dancing]
The Queen’s Community
Class of 2023, you may be wondering what life on campus will be like. Here is a quick look - we can't wait to see you!
Life on Campus
Drew Feustel, PhD’95, dreamed of being an astronaut as a child. Decades later he cold-called Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield and kick-started his path to NASA. It’s one that included some surprising steps – work as a mechanic, community college, coming to Canada and ultimately becoming a Canadian. Now on his third expedition to space (mission 55/56) during which he will be commander of the International Space Station, Drew is a seasoned astronaut – and he makes us extremely proud.
The Path to NASA
Michelle Thompson (Artsci/Sc'11), planetary scientist at the Johnson Space Centre
Michelle Thompson (Artsci/Sc'11), planetary scientist at the Johnson Space Centre