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Queens University

History

Queen's University at Kingston founded on 16 October 1841, the university predated the founding of Canada by 26 years. The Church of Scotland established Queen's College in 1841 with a royal charter from Queen Victoria. The first classes, intended to prepare students for the ministry, were held 7 March 1842 with 13 students and two professors. Queen's was the first university west of the maritime provinces to admit women, and to form a student government. In 1883, a women's college for medical education affiliated with Queen's University. In 1888, Queen's University began offering extension courses, becoming the first Canadian university to do so. In 1912, Queen's secularized and changed to its present legal name.

Overview

The university grounds lies within the neighbourhood of Queen's in the city of Kingston, Ontario. The university's main campus is bordered to the south by Lake Ontario, Kingston General Hospital to the southeast, city parks to the east, and by residential neighbourhoods, known as the Kingston student ghetto or the university district, in all other directions. The campus grew to its present size of 40 ha (99 acres) through gradual acquisitions of adjacent private lands, and remains the university's largest landholding. The campus's original site and holds the majority of its facilities. In addition to its main campus in Kingston, Queen's owns several other properties around Kingston, as well as in Hinchinbrooke, Quebec, Rideau Lakes, Ontario, and East Sussex, England.

Programs

Anatomic Pathology (P)
Anatomical Sciences (M)
Anatomy and Cell Biology (M/D)
Anesthesiology (P)
Applied Economics (B)
Applied Sustainability (M)
Engineering and Applied Science (in general)
Arabic Language
Art Conservation (M)
Art History (B/M/D)
Arts and Science (in general)
Astronomy and Astrophysics (B/M/D)
Biochemistry (B)
Biochemistry (B/M/D)
Biology (B/M/D)
Biomedical Computing (B)
Biomedical Engineering (M/D)
Biostatistics (M)
Business / Management (B/M/D)
Business and Law combined (M/B)
Cancer Research (M/D)
Cardiology (P)
Chemical Engineering (B/M/D)
Chemistry (B/M/D)
Chinese Language
Civil Engineering (B/M/D)
Classics (B/M)
Cognitive Science (B)
Commerce (B)
Community Health and Epidemiology (M/D)
Computer Engineering (B/M/D)
Computing (B/M/D)
Concurrent Education (B)
Critical Care (P)
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Applying as an International Student

Academic Requirements:
  • Admission Requirements by Country
  • International Baccalaureate (IB)
  • American System/Advanced Placement (AP)
  • General Certificate of Education (GCE) / Advanced Levels
  • How to apply
    First Year
    Upper Year

    Go to the OUAC website and look for the "OUAC 105" category, which handles out-of-province and out-of country applicants.