Queen's University
Region: Northern America
Country/Region: Canada
Found Year: 1841
Address: 99 University Avenue
Introduction

QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY KINGSTON, ONTARIO, CANADA Bolstered by the outstanding reputations of its scholars and researchers -- including 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics winner Arthur B. McDonald -- a Queen’s education can provide unparalleled access to careers and personal development opportunities around the world. With particular academic strengths in physics, cancer research, geo-engineering, data analytics, and social sciences like surveillance studies and mental health, the university sets graduates up for excellence across disciplines. Home to over 25,000 students, Queen’s boasts an undergraduate graduation rate of 89 per cent, diverse learning opportunities, a broad range of students services and supports, unmistakable school spirit, and a tight-knit global network of 159,000 alumni in 154 countries. Queen’s research-intensive environment and interdisciplinary program offerings provide students with the comprehensive and nimble skills required in today’s competitive and evolving workforce with 91 per cent of Queen’s grads employed within six months after graduation.

Academic Ranking of World Universities
201-300
Academic Ranking of World Universities
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201-300
2018
301-400
2019
201-300
2020
201-300
2021
201-300
2022
Global Ranking of Academic Subjects
All Subjects
Subject
Rank
Best Ranked Subjects
Subject Rank
Mining & Mineral Engineering
51-75
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
101-150
Education
101-150
Psychology
101-150
Finance
101-150
Physics
151-200
Geography
151-200
Automation & Control
151-200
Key Statistics
27045
Total Enrollment
3717(13.7%)
International Students
20745
Undergraduate Enrollment
2724(13.1%)
International Students
6300
Graduate Enrollment
993(15.8%)
International Students
Programs
Undergraduate Programs
Applied Economics (B)
Art History and Art (B/M/D)
Arts and Science (In General)
Astronomy and Astrophysics (B/M/D)
Biochemistry (B/M/D)
Biology (B/M/D)
Biomedical Computing (B)
Business (B/M/D)
Chemical Engineering (B/M/D)
Chemistry (B/M/D)
Chinese Language
Civil Engineering (B/M/D)
Classics (B/M)
Cognitive Science (B)
Commerce (B)
Computer Engineering (B/M/D)
Computing (B/M/D)
Concurrent Education (B)
Divinity (M) Drama (B)
Education (B/M/D)
Electrical Engineering (B/M/D)
Engineering (In General)
Engineering and Applied Science (In General)
Engineering Chemistry (B/M/D)
Engineering Physics (B/M/D)
English Language and Literature (B/M/D)
Environmental Studies (B/M)
Film and Media (B)
Fine Art (B)
French Studies (B/M/D)
Gender Studies (B/M)
Geographic Information Science (B)
Geography (B/M/D)
Geological Engineering (B/M/D)
Geological Sciences (B/M/D)
German (B/M/D)
Global Development Studies (B/M)
Graduate Studies (In General)
Health Sciences (B)
Health Studies (B)
Hebrew Language & Literature (B)
History (B/M/D)
Humanities (In General)
Interdisciplinary Studies (B)
Italian (B)
Jewish Studies (B)
Kinesiology (B)
Law (B/M)
Life Sciences (B)
Linguistics (B)
Management (B/M/D)
Mathematics (B/M/D)
Mathematics and Engineering (B/M/D)
Mechanical Engineering (B/M/D)
Mediaeval Studies (B)
Medicine (B)
Mining Engineering (B/M/D)
Music (B)
Nursing (B/M/D)
Philosophy (B/M/D)
Physical and Health Education (B/M/D)
Physical Sciences (In General)
Physics (B/M/D)
Political Studies (B/M/D)
Psychology (B/M/D)
Religious Studies (B/M)
Social Sciences (In General)
Sociology (B/M/D)
Software Design (B)
Spanish (B/M)
Spanish and Latin American Studies (B)
Stage and Screen Studies (B)
Statistics (B/M/D)
Theology (C/B/M)
Graduate Programs
Anatomy and Cell Biology (M/D)
Art Conservation (M)
Art History and Art (B/M/D)
Arts and Science (In General)
Astronomy and Astrophysics (B/M/D)
Biochemistry (B/M/D)
Biology (B/M/D)
Business (B/M/D)
Chemical Engineering (B/M/D)
Chemistry (B/M/D)
Chinese Language
Civil Engineering (B/M/D)
Classics (B/M)
Community Health and Epidemiology (M)
Computer Engineering (B/M/D)
Computing (B/M/D)
Cultural Studies (M/D)
Education (B/M/D)
Electrical Engineering (B/M/D)
Engineering (In General)
Engineering and Applied Science (In General)
Engineering Chemistry (B/M/D)
Engineering Physics (B/M/D)
English Language and Literature (B/M/D)
Environmental Studies (B/M)
Executive MBA (M)
French Studies (B/M/D)
Gender Studies (B/M)
Geography (B/M/D)
Geological Engineering (B/M/D)
Geological Sciences (B/M/D)
German (B/M/D)
Global Development Studies (B/M)
Graduate Studies (In General)
History (B/M/D) Humanities (In General)
Industrial Relations (C/M)
Japanese Language
Law (B/M)
Management (B/M/D)
Mathematics (B/M/D)
Mathematics and Engineering (B/M/D)
MBA (M)
Mechanical Engineering (B/M/D)
Microbiology and Immunology (M/D)
Mining Engineering (B/M/D)
Neuroscience Studies (M/D)
Nursing (B/M/D)
Occupational Therapy (M)
Pathology (M/D)
Pharmacology and Toxicology (M/D)
Philosophy (B/M/D)
Physical and Health Education (B/M/D)
Physical Sciences (In General)
Physical Therapy (M)
Physics (B/M/D)
Physiology (M/D)
Policy Studies (M)
Political Studies (B/M/D)
Professional Mpa (M)
Psychology (B/M/D)
Public Administration (M)
Rehabilitation Science (M/D)
Religious Studies (B/M)
Social Sciences (In General)
Sociology (B/M/D)
Spanish (B/M)
Statistics (B/M/D)
Theology (C/B/M)
Urban and Regional Planning (M)