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International Visitors

  • [Matariki Indigenous Student Mobility Program participants gather for the 2019 edition at Queen’s University]
    Matariki Indigenous Student Mobility Program participants gather for the 2019 edition at Queen’s University.
  • [Dr. Kristin Moriah joins colleagues from across the Matariki Network at the University of Western Australia for the 2019 Humanities Forum.]
    Dr. Kristin Moriah joins colleagues from across the Matariki Network at the University of Western Australia for the 2019 Humanities Forum.
  • [Dr. Ryan Mulligan joins colleagues from across the Matariki Network at the University of Western Australia for the 2019 Oceans and the Blue Economy Forum.]
    Dr. Ryan Mulligan joins colleagues from across the Matariki Network at the University of Western Australia for the 2019 Oceans and the Blue Economy Forum.  
  • [forum delegates on the steps Of Summerhill, Queen's University]
    Ambassador’s Forum 2019: Representatives of the Asia-Pacific nations meet annually at Queen’s to discuss relevant political and economic issues to the region. In this May 2019 photo, attendees were joined by Tom Harris {who was, at that time, Provost and V-P (Academic)], Jill Scott [at that time, Vice-Provost (Teaching and Learning) and Interim Associate V-P (International)], Dean of the School of Graduate Studies Fahim Quadir, Associate V-P (Research) Kent Novakowski and guest speaker David Detomasi, Smith School of Business. (Photo by Bernard Clark)
  • [group photo]
    Indonesia Consul General: The Consul General of Indonesia in Toronto, Leonard F. Hutabarat (centre), with Consul Wahid Fairus Azis, Jill Scott [who was at that time Queen's Vice-Provost (Teaching and Learning) and Interim Associate V-P (International)], Director (International) Heather Kincaide, and Associate V-P (Research) Kent Novakowski, during his visit to Queen’s in November 2018. (Photo by Tom Collier)
  • [group photo]
     Jamaica High Commissioner: The High Commissioner of Jamaica to Canada, Her Excellency Janice Miller, visited Queen’s to mark Black History Month 2019. From left: African-Caribbean Students’ Association members Rachel Miller, Dainelle Barham and Bunisha Samuels; Kingston Deputy Mayor Simon Chapelle; Dr Barrington Walker; High Commissioner for Jamaica to Canada Janice Miller; Tom Harris [who was, at that time, Queen's Interim Provost and V-P (Academic)] ; ACSA President Nirosha Balakumar; Associate V-P (Human Rights, Equity, and Inclusion) Stephanie Simpson. (Photo by Tom Collier)
  • [group photo]
    Cuba Ambassador: The Ambassador of Cuba to Canada, Her Excellency Josefina Vidal, with Tom Harris [who was, at the time, Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic)], during her visit to Queen’s in March 2019. (Photo by Tom Collier)
  • [group photo]
    Visitors from partner universities of the Canada Learning Initiative in China tour the Arthur B. McDonald Canadian Astroparticle Physics Research Institute, March 2019. (Photo by Zachary Kenny)

Institutional and Partner Visitors

The Office of the Vice-Provost (International) coordinates the following types of visits to Queen’s University:

  • international government officials and diplomatic personnel
  • international institutions
  • institutions with formal agreements or a long-standing relationship with Queen’s
  • institutions seeking formal agreements with Queen’s that have interests or objectives that range across several academic disciplines
  • visitors from the Matariki Network of Universities

Contact: In order to help us determine if we are able to host your visit, please submit the International Visit Request Form.

Visitors to a Faculty or Academic Department

Queen’s University welcomes academic visitors to join our diverse environment of learning, inquiry and discovery. We appreciate the varied experiences and perspectives academic visitors bring to our campus, and the opportunities they provide for exchanging of ideas and research, and for creating international collaborations.

Making arrangements for an invitation: International faculty members seeking to visit specific departments and/or faculty members should contact the appropriate Queen's unit or department.

Preparing to enter and stay in Canada: International visitors and their Queen's hosts can find information on immigration, health insurance requirements, and detailed information on preparing for a stay in Kingston on our International Visitors site.