Queen’s University Belfast Qsis
Qsis is the Qsis Student Information System which holds all core details about students, classes, fees, enrolments, admissions and transcripts for the University. It is both an administrative tool for staff and a query tool for students. Students can do the following in Qsis:
- View timetable
- Enrol on classes (first two weeks of term)
- Swap classes (first two weeks of term)
- View Grades
- View Classification
- View current Anonomous ID
- View Unofficial Transcript
- View and Pay fees
- Complete Enrolment and Registration Wizard
- Complete Graduation Wizard
Qsis is an integrated student system that manages the full student lifecycle at Queen’s. It is used to process all key business functions from admissions, to registration and programme administration through to Graduation including all detailed student financial information. Students themselves access parts of their own records via an interface known as Student Self Service.
Qsis Process Flow Chart (click to expand):
QSIS is used to enrol on the PSTP training courses. These courses are listed on QSIS each semester. QSIS will only allow you to enrol on a class 60 days prior to the class date. QSIS will also prevent you from enrolling on a class 2 days prior to the class date. During this time, you can also ‘drop’ (cancel) your place on a class. We have added guidance links below to assist you in using QSIS.
As well as completing PSTP training, you can make up your 30 days training by completing additional training. We define additional training and development activity in the following way:
- On-line learning materials (videos, training courses and webinars)
- School/subject specific training co-ordinated at School level
- Other instructor-led and on-line training delivered by external bodies (e.g. research councils, Vitae)
- Personal Effectiveness programmes
- Attending or presenting at a conference
- Involvement in writing a paper/poster
- Teaching *
- Demonstrating *
- Job shadowing and employer visits
- Careers events
- Mentoring *
- Supervision of project students *
- Student-led initiatives
- Public engagement activity
* In relation to each of these areas, a maximum of 5 days developmental credits can be claimed.
The following activities are not considered to be developmental with regard to the Postgraduate Researcher Development Programme as they are integral to the process of completing a research degree.
- Thesis writing
- CAST placements
- Research visits which are an obligatory part of doing a research degree
- Laboratory work
The University expects all students to maintain a record of all relevant training and development activity undertaken, on the QSIS system. This may be required by supervisors and in review meetings and will prove useful when applying for jobs. You can record your additional training and review your training record on QSIS by following the below guidance.