Queen’s University Belfast was founded by Royal Charter in 1845.One of three Queen’s Colleges in Ireland, with the others being in Cork and Galway, it became a university in its own right in 1908.In 1909 there were around 600 students, mostly drawn from the historic nine counties of Ulster. Today there are approximately 23,000 from the UK and Ireland and more than 80 other countries.Queen's has invested over £50m in the McClay Library, blending the best features of a traditional library with the latest technology.Substantial investment in our facilities has developed our historic campus into an innovative learning environment for our students and staff.The investment is ongoing with new School of Biological Sciences and School of Mathematics and Physics buildings, currently under construction.
An average mark of 70 - 85% or higher in the Standard Indian XII Higher Secondary School certificates awarded by the central boards (CBSE, CISCE) or a state board, or equivalent, with 75% or higher where subject requirements are stipulated (comparable with Grade B at A Level).
Typical offers (minimum overall average) for applicants with Standard XII would be as follows:
- 85% (comparable to AAB at A-Level)
- 80% (comparable to ABB at A-Level)
- 75% (comparable to BBB at A-Level)
- 70% (comparable to BBC at A Level)
Please note that a minimum grade of 75% or higher in key subjects will normally be required, where the Course Finder indicates subject-specific requirements.
To be considered for entry to Medicine or Dentistry, applicants should hold the Indian Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate Grade XII with a minimum of 90% overall, including marks of at least 90% in Chemistry and Biology.
Applicants will normally need to demonstrate a level of English equivalent to 6.5 IELTS or 90 TOEFL IBT (Internet based test).
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