Queen’s University Belfast Transfer

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Queen’s University Belfast Transfer

Upper-Year Transfer Admission Requirements

The Faculty of Arts and Science invites applications for upper-year students in the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Computing and the Bachelor of Science programs. To be considered for full-time admission, upper-year applicants must have a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.6 (high C+). Some departments may require a higher than 2.60 GPA and course requirements.  Meeting admission requirements does not guarantee admission. Space is limited, we encourage students to apply early.

Definition of Upper-Year Students

  • Students who have attempted a minimum 24.0 units (or equivalent) at another accredited university or college with a university transfer program. 24.0 Queen’s units are typically 4 full-year courses (one course taken over two terms) or 8 one-term only courses. Upper-year candidates have generally attended university for a minimum of 2 terms.
  • Ontario community college students who are in a three-year diploma program and will be graduating.
  • Graduates from three-year Ontario community college diploma programs.
  • CEGEP students who are in the final year of  three-year professional/career programs who will be receiving their DEC.
  • graduates of a three-year CEGEP professional/career programs who have their DEC.

Learn more from the Undergraduate Admissions office about how to apply for upper year transfer.

Each year a number of students decide to change pathway during the course of their first year of study or later. The University endeavours to accommodate them in the course of their choice if they have appropriate qualifications and if there are places available. However, it should be understood that there is no automatic right to transfer.

If you wish to apply for a transfer, you should follow the action outlined in these notes.

Internal Transfer Policy

Internal Transfer Application Form

Internal Transfer Policy

Significant numbers of students decide to change pathway during the course of their first year of study or later. The University endeavours to accommodate them in the course of their choice if they have appropriate qualifications and if there are places available. However, it should be understood that there is no automatic right to transfer.

If you wish to apply for a transfer, you should follow the action outlined in these notes.

Internal Transfer Policy

Internal Transfer Form