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Find your passion.

Students who choose Queen’s are among the most academically accomplished in the world, with an entering average of 89.1%.

At Queen’s you can make your degree as unique as you are. Taught by some of the finest academics in the world, you will be able to customize a program that meets your specific needs for career development and personal growth.

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Faculties and Schools at Queen's

Other pathways to a degree at Queen's

2+2 (Articulation) Agreements

Students complete two years at their home university and spend the next two years at Queen’s. They are awarded a degree from both universities. For more information and to apply, students can inquire within their home university.


Available for all doctoral students at Queen's. A cotutelle is a customized program of study developed jointly by two institutions. Students meet the degree requirements of each university’s doctoral programs; the student works with supervisors at each institution but prepares a single thesis. The thesis is examined by a committee drawn from faculty at each institution. The student is awarded two degree documents, and there is a notation on the transcripts indicating the cotutelle arrangement.

Dual Degree or Double Degree

A master's level program of study offered by two or more universities. For successful completion, the requirements of each program must be met. The terms "dual" and "double" degrees are often used interchangeably, though some use dual degree to represent the involvement of like programs; whereas double degree refers to degree in two related areas, one of which is generally professional.

Faculty of Arts and Science

  • Dual degree in chemistry with University of Stuttgart (Germany)

Smith School of Business

A double degree option enables you to earn a Queen’s Master of International Business and a second master’s degree from one of our global double degree partners:

  • WU, Vienna University of Economics and Business (Austria)
  • Copenhagen Business School (Denmark)
  • ESSEC Business School Paris Singapore (France)
  • University of Mannheim, Mannheim Business School (Germany)
  • Universitá Commerciale Luigi Bocconi (Italy)
  • Maastricht University, School of Business & Economics (Netherlands)
  • BI Norwegian Business School (Norway)
  • Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics (Portugal)
  • ESADE Business School (Spain)
  • City University London Cass Business School (UK)

Graduate Degrees

4,000+ graduate students from 80 countries choose a course of study from Queen's 125+ programs.

There are more than 125 graduate degree programs, including cross-faculty, interdisciplinary and collaborative programs and spanning all disciplines at Queen's. It is this range of scholarly options and our breadth in research strength that has made Queen’s the destination of choice of more than 4,000 graduate students.

Transfer Students