At the undergraduate, graduate, and executive levels, Queen’s Management School offers top-notch education in accounting, economics, finance, and management. With strong linkages to industry, a specialized placement office, and a financial trading room, it is an internationally recognized hub for high-impact academic and policy research. The School is where William J. Clinton Leadership Institute is located, which brings together eminent academics and business professionals to offer a variety of executive education and leadership programmes. The School’s efforts to develop and empower leaders to enhance organizations and society are guided by its mission, vision, and values. There are 2,234 undergraduates enrolled at the school.
The students may achieve their full potential at the School thanks to the top-notch learning environment, cutting-edge teaching methods, and first-rate student support. The instructors are experts in their fields, and they deliver cutting-edge instruction that is supported by cutting-edge research and industry demands. Offering top-notch degree programmes in Accounting, Economics, Finance, and Management, Queen’s Management School is considered as one of the greatest business institutions in the UK and Ireland.
There is currently a postgraduate and executive education centre on campus with conference space, as well as a contemporary, high-tech management school. Academic and support offices, postgraduate research rooms for students and research fellows, a variety of fully equipped classrooms with capacities ranging from small syndicate rooms to a 120-seat tiered lecture theatre, two computer suites, the Trading Room, the Placement Office, resource housing, flexible space for large group teaching and conference use, and communal support amenities like catering are all located in Riddel Hall.
By the 2014 Research Outstanding Framework (REF), a percentage of research in business and management studies was rated as world-leading and excellent on a global scale. Queen’s is ranked in the top 20 for research quality and impact in the UK-wide review of higher education institutions.
The Sunday Times University Guide’s ranking of accounting and finance is seventh for 2021.
By the Sunday Times University Guide’s 2021 rankings, economics is ranked 35th.
Management is ranked 22nd in the Sunday Times University Guide for 2021.
Programs offered at Queen’s Management School are frequently listed among the top 10 University in the UK. Best 10 Accounting and Finance Schools in the UK (Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020) Listed among the Top 200 in the world for business and economics (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020).
The Russell Group is the UK’s equivalent of the Ivy League, and Queen’s Management School is honoured to be a part of it.
With over 190 clubs and societies, a superb social life, and assistance with applications, scholarships, visas, housing, and adjusting to Belfast and Queen’s life, Queen’s Management School provides its foreign students with an excellent global experience and education.
FinTrU Trading Room
The FinTrU Trading Room at Queen’s Management School has 12 Bloomberg terminals that provide students with access to tools used by market professionals in London, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and New York. It also provides students with access to Oxyor, a simulation tool that puts them in the shoes of a market trader. The Queen’s Student Managed Fund offers students the chance to trade with actual money.
A Postgraduate & Executive Education Center with conference rooms, study areas, and shared support spaces to encourage social and intellectual interaction as well as access to a prize-winning library, recreation areas, and teaching facilities, as well as our lovely new Graduate School dedicated to postgraduate research and study in UK.
In order to guarantee that you are receiving the most up-to-date instruction possible, several of Queen’s Management School’s degrees come with supplementary professional body certification. Certification obtained through a BSc in Accounting, a BSc in Finance, a BSc in Actuarial Science, an MSc in Accounting and Finance, an MSc in Finance, an MSc in Risk and Investment Management, an MSc in Marketing, and an MSc in Human Resource Management.