Queen's University Belfast
The Summer Institute at Queen's University Belfast offers participants a three-week introduction to the rich tapestry of historical, cultural, political, and socio-economic factors that combine to make Northern Ireland a unique place. This experiential programme will situate Queen’s, Belfast, and the north of Ireland within the key conversations that shape our wider world.
15 June – 6 July 2024
Participants will stay in Queen’s accommodation which can be provided for 21 nights in Queen’s new student accommodation facility in Belfast City Centre. The new accommodation at BT1 and BT2 opened in Autumn 2018 and is located just 15 minutes’ walk from Queen’s main campus (0.9miles). Participants will be neighbours with the vibrant city-centre nightlife, popular restaurants, and local supermarkets. They will be nestled in the middle of a fantastic coffee culture featuring some of Belfast’s most popular independent coffee shops.
Each apartment is comprised of a maximum of 6 en-suite private bedrooms and a communal equipped kitchen and living room area with television and sofa. There is also a self-service laundry facility located within the accommodation (equipped with washing machines, dryers, irons and ironing boards). Accommodation will also include:
- WiFi Internet
- Bed linen and towels (Changed once a week)
- Cleaning service: Kitchen and communal area cleaned once a week
- 24-hour safety staff
- Free access to BT1 Gym
- Reception (8am - 8pm, 7 days a week)
Accommodation is self-catered. Fulbright participants will be provided with vouchers to buy lunch in a café near campus and groceries in a local supermarket. All participants will be provided with a meal at the welcome and farewell events.
This programme is not accredited. Participants will not receive any credits for this programme.
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