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Admission

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Our application processes are tailored to our program requirements. Follow the links below to contact the appropriate office if you have any questions. Facebook is also a great place to find answers and ask questions.

Undergraduate Admission

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The Undergraduate Admission website includes a Live Chat function you can use to contact Admission staff with questions about the admission process. Staff embedded within the Faculty or School of your interest can also help you determine which program is right for you.

School of Graduate Studies

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Find out how to apply for more than 125 graduate programs in 6 academic faculties, as well as interdisciplinary and cross-faculty programs, on the School of Graduate Studies website. Staff embedded within the Faculty or School of your interest can also help you determine which program is right for you.

[Fall Preview in Biosciences Atrium]
Fall Preview is one of the many opportunities to connect with Queen's admission representatives. (Photo by Bernard Clark)

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Study Online

Queen's offers more than 140 courses that are open to everyone, as well as a number of online programs for degrees, diplomas, and certificates.

Professional and Executive Studies

Faculty of Education: Additional qualification and professional courses

Faculty of Law: JD and combined JD programs

Smith School of Business: MBA and executive programs

School of Medicine: MD and postgraduate medical education

Industrial Relations Centre: Human resources, labour relations, and customized training

ESL and Community Programs

School of English: Preparation for university or college, to learn English for work, or to experience Canadian culture

Queen's Community Music: Music instruction for all ages

Enrichment Studies Unit: Enrichment programs for primary and secondary school students

[Grant Hall in winter at night]