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  • CITY: Belfast is located on the northeast coast of Northern Ireland. Being a coastal city, it’s easy to access golden beaches, as well as beautiful forests and countryside throughout the island. It’s an easy city to get around, and affordable rent in the ‘Queen’s Quarter’ (a popular area for student accommodation) means you’ll have more money to spend on making the most of all that Belfast has to offer. There are lots of student jobs in this city in retail, healthcare, hospitality, customer service, cleaning, and warehouse. These roles are student friendly, accommodating the 20hr per week work limit
  • TUITION: The average tuition for postgraduate international students is £17,000 with some discounts available and a convenient payment plan. This figure though is susceptible to changes depending on chosen course of study. It is important to note that most specialised courses usually have a slightly higher tuition fee than most.
  • STANDARD OF LIVING: The average cost of a single room in this city is £550 per calendar month while the average cost of a 2-bedroom house or flat is £600 (this in turn is also dependant on whether it is furnished or unfurnished). With the current world change and rise in Inflation most areas have experienced an increase in price. For example, cost of housing, feeding and most basic amenities like electricity and gas prices have gone up.
  • BRIEF: Queen's is a member of the Russell Group of research-intensive universities, the Association of Commonwealth Universities, the European University Association, Universities UK and Universities Ireland. The university is associated with two Nobel laureates and one Turing Award laureate.

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