Queen’s is a research-intensive university located in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. We are a mid-size campus home to approximately 22,000 students from over 121 countries around the world. We are situated on traditional Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee Territory along the beautiful waterfront of Lake Ontario. We have a 2nd campus, the Bader International Study Centre (BISC), located on a rural 550-acre estate in East Sussex England. The BISC is a picturesque 15th century castle offering both first year and upper year programming for select faculties.
Our 17 university-and faculty-based research centres provide dynamic, collaborative settings for scholars. Queen’s researchers lead the way in many fields, making notable advances recently in particle astrophysics, cancer research, ecological history, and clean energy technology.
Queen’s University is a comprehensive university that offers a wide variety of programs in 8 faculties and schools covering disciplines in the social sciences, humanities, physical sciences, computing, engineering, business, nursing, health sciences, visual and performing arts, and teaching. Our award-winning professors are leading cutting-edge research and engaging students with innovative teaching methods.
Key facts about Queen’s:
• Queen’s ranked 5th among medical-doctoral universities in Canada in Maclean’s 2019
• Consistently ranked among the top 10 Universities in Canada
• Member of prestigious U15 Group of Canadian Research Universities
• Queen’s is one of the founding members of Matariki Network of Universities