Queen's University Belfast

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Queen's University Belfast
founding 1845
Sponsorship state
place Belfast , UK
President, Vice-Chancellor, Chair of University Executive Board Ian Greer
Students 24,560
Employee 1,600
Networks TIME , Russell Group
Website www.qub.ac.uk
Queen's University Belfast

The Queen's University Belfast ( Irish Ollscoil na Banríona, Béal Feirste ) was founded as Queen's College, Belfast . Its roots go back to 1810. The university has a technical profile and has an extensive technology transfer service. Teachers are also trained at St. Mary's College .

Today the university has around 1,600 faculty and 25,000 students .

The university is a member of the

The university was one of the few universities that had its own seat in the House of Commons until 1950 . In addition, she was represented with four seats in the Northern Irish Parliament until 1968.

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Coordinates: 54 ° 35 ′ 3 ″  N , 5 ° 56 ′ 5 ″  W.