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How to apply at Queens University

About Queen's University



Queen's University (or in English Queen's University) is a Canadian public university, located in Kingston, Ontario. It was established in 1841. It is one of Canada's oldest universities, but it is also older than Canada because it was established 26 years before Canada was founded.

Queen's University Ranking

Queen's University is ranked 10th among the top universities for many years. It also ranks 246th in QS Ranking 2021.

Admission requirements for Queen's University

This section will discuss the criteria and general admission conditions that the university uses to decide whether or not to admit students.

A high school diploma or equivalent is required. The acceptance rate must be met according to the area of specialization the applicant wishes to study.

Students are ready to learn academically, culturally, and linguistically.

You can prove your proficiency in English by passing one of these approved exams:

IELTS test score: Each section must not have a lower than 6.0

TOEFL test score: For the electronic test, the score is not lower than 88. The score for paper-based tests is not lower than 580.

CAEL Exam: With an overall average score of at least 70, and scores in all parts of the exam not to exceed 60.

Queen's University School of English Test. This exam is taken after having completed a 12-week Advanced English Course for Academic Purposes.

Pearson Test: A minimum score of 60 should be achieved. 60 is the minimum score.

Duolingo test: Minimum score 110

Cambridge Examination: With a score not lower than 175, provided the score for each 

section is not below 170.

Tuition costs at Queen's University

Conies University tuition costs are comparable to those at other top universities in the UK or America.

It is important to note that tuition costs can vary from one academic year and change. You can check the tuition fees page on Queen's University's official website.


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