International

Queen’s falls in international rank

Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) has released their annual World University Rankings report, placing Queen’s at its poorest rating so far by the company.Continue...

All abroad

While Queen’s reaches out to the wider world, the wider world is coming to its front doors.Continue...

Global graduates

Sarah Tessier, ArtSci ’05, wasn’t born British, but thanks to a large settlement of Queen’s grads in the United Kingdom, she’s found a community overseas.Continue...

A school away from school

This summer, hundreds of students will board a plane with the hopes of coming home with a course credit. For many of them, the classroom will come alive.Continue...

Industry pros talk oil sands

Features explores the ins and outs of Alberta's oil sands.Continue...

Exchange should be an opportunity for everyone

Queen’s has over 220 exchange partners in 55 countries with programs for students in every faculty. Some prospective students choose Queen’s for its breadth of opportunities to study abroad. For others, exchange isn’t a factor—but it should be.Continue...

‘Disappointing’: Queen’s students talk winter exchange

As countries home to exchange schools operate under varying levels of pandemic-related regulations, Queen’s students confront uncertainty in the travel process.Continue...

News in Brief

Some Saudi Arabian students to finish degrees in Canada; New hires in the Office of Indigenous InitiativesContinue...

First student graduates from international dual master’s program

Mandated in 2014, the partnership between Queen’s University and the University of Stuttgart in Germany has seen its first graduate from its dual master’s program.Continue...

BISC100 is silencing immigrant voices overseas

“You’re all immigrants now,” my first-year professor announced to an audience of mostly white, affluent first-years on exchange in Britain.Continue...

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