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International Study opportunities

At the School of Law we welcome the diversity and character that our international students bring to us and encourage applications from overseas students. Our undergraduate and postgraduate cohorts include students from France, Spain, Sweden, India, Pakistan, Africa, North America, China and Malaysia.

International Student Experience

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International Student Support

Queens Students Studying Abroad
Law and languages is a 4 year combined degree, offered with either French or Hispanic Studies. Students enrolled on this course spend nine months abroad at one of our partner institutions in France or Spain. This is conducted under the auspices of the ERASMUS program and the Exchange and Study Abroad Team at the Careers, Employability and Skills Office at QUB.

Fordham Summer School 
Each summer the School of Law welcomes a cohort of students from Forham Law School in New York who are attending the .

International Liaison Officer
The School has an International Liaison Officer Dr Marek Martyniszyn who provides support and advice to potential and current overseas students.

International Student Support
The University has a dedicated team at the International Student Support Office who look after the interests of international students.

The Student Union 
Queen's Students' Union provides a range of facilities and services to make your experience of the transition to studying at Queen's an enjoyable one. It provides advice on educational, welfare and financial matters. A few international societies at Queen's are The Chinese Students' Society, The Hong Kong Students' Society, The Malaysian Students' Society, The Italian Students' Society, The Singapore Students' Society, The South Asian Students' Society but there are also more informal groups from other countries of course.Useful Links

Northern Ireland Council for Ethnic Minorities (NICEM)
In recent years, Northern Irish society has benefitted from a considerable influx of minority ethnic communities, most of which have established community support and advice groups.  For a full list of such groups, contact NICEM or visit their website :

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