Queen’s Accommodation opens to non-Queen’s students

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Wednesday, August 22nd, 2018
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Northern Ireland students starting university next month will have the opportunity to live in Queen’s Accommodation – even if they aren’t studying at Queen’s University.

Queen’s University Belfast Accommodation announced today that they are welcoming students from St Mary’s University College, Ulster University, Belfast Met and Stranmillis University College.

The news will delight local students keen to experience the much lauded accommodation.

 

 

And with Queen’s Accommodation opening two brand new city centre locations in Belfast, Northern Ireland students will have the chance to live in locations such as the leafy student community at Elms BT9 on the Malone Road to the sleek new city centre apartments in Elms BT1 (College Avenue) and Elms BT2 (McClintock Street).

Sinead Magennis, Accommodation Manager at Queen’s Accommodation, said, “We are absolutely delighted to welcome students from across Northern Ireland. So whether you’re studying in Belfast Met or another local institution you’re more than welcome to apply for Queen’s Accommodation.

 

 

“At Queen’s Accommodation we offer free off-peak membership of Queen’s Sport, flexible contract options, all-inclusive fees, a 24 hour reception, security staff every night and access to an action-packed residential life programme of over 350 events.

“We also offer free high-speed wired and Wi-Fi internet, contents insurance and full maintenance support 7 days a week,” Sinead added.

Queen’s students can apply today at https://www.qub.ac.uk/accommodation

Non-Queen’s students can apply today at https://response.questback.com/isa/qbv.dll/ShowQuest?QuestID=5238870&sid=fUxp6buo7p

 


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