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Queen’s University

Established in 1841, Queen's University is one of Canada's oldest and most prestigious degree granting institutions. Highly ranked for its student experience, Queen’s provides students with comprehensive and nimble skills required in today’s competitive and evolving workforce.

Queen’s research-intensive environment is bolstered by the outstanding reputations of its scholars and researchers – including 2015 Nobel Prize winner, Arthur B. McDonald – and an extensive international network that provides unparalleled access to careers and personal development opportunities around the world. Queen’s welcomes students, staff, and faculty from around the globe, and offers services, programs, and resources that embrace diversity, equity, and inclusivity so as to empower all members of its campus community.

#1

University in Canada for graduates employed at the CEO level of Fortune 500 companies.

91%

Employment rate of Queen's graduates within 6 months of graduation

24,143

Students

170

Programs

8,921

Faculty & Staff

Queen's Summer Camps

A variety of camps for children of all ages are offered at Queen’s in spring and summer. Queen’s students take on the role of camp counsellors and work to engage the imagination and creativity of their charges. From sports to geography, art, and eco-adventures — there is something for everyone.

Connections Engineering Outreach

The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science offers free events for girls in Grades 7-11 across Ontario. Programs like “Go Code Girl” and “Go ENG Girl” encourage girls to learn about coding and software development. Connections Engineering Outreach also offers workshops to local Girl Guide chapters.

CFRF 101.9 FM Radio

Established in 1922, CFRC 101.9 FM Radio is Kingston’s only campus-community radio station. It offers not-for-profit, volunteer-powered media that fills the gap left by the mainstream. Free broadcast skills training opportunities are available to members of the community.

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