Frequently Asked Questions
Most asked questions related to the university
Do international students need a study permit for admission to Queen's University?
Non-Canadian students planning to study in Canada for more than six months will have to apply for a study permit, and it should be done online as soon as the candidate receives the acceptance letter.
What programs does Queen's University offer in the online mode?
Queen's University offers many programs and certificates online, having the same learning outcomes as the on-campus versions. These programs include - Liberal Studies, Psychology, History, English, Health Sciences, Media Studies, Law, Academic Writing, Life Sciences, and Mining Technologies.
Does Queen's University give scholarships to international students?
To recognize the students' additional efforts and academic excellence, Queen's University offers a range of scholarships to students in the first year of any undergraduate program of study.
Does Queen's University require SAT?
Tests required by Queen's University are optional. SAT and ACT results will be considered if offered, but it is not mandatory to submit SAT scores.
Does Queen's University grant unconditional offers?
The students meeting all the admission requirements for their chosen program of study will receive an unconditional offer letter which will be used as evidence that they have been accepted onto the course of study.