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The Queen�s University Belfast provides the website, its contents and facilities on an "as is" basis and makes no (and expressly disclaims all) representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, with respect to this website or the information, content, or services made available through the website.

The Queen�s University Belfast, its officers and employees, do not accept liability for any loss, damage or injury of any kind, howsoever arising, resulting from a defect or an inaccuracy in the information or code contained within the University website.

This material is regularly reviewed and is subject to alteration without notice. 

The Queen�s University Belfast is not responsible for the content of external websites that the University website may link to or reference from time to time. Providing references to and/or links to external websites should not be viewed as an endorsement by the University of the content and services provided by those websites.  Nor is the University responsible for the opinions, content and services contained on external websites that link to or reference the Queen�s University Belfast website.

Accessibility Statement

Queen�s University Belfast is committed to making the information and resources provided via its website accessible to all users. We aim to be standards compliant and follow general principles of usability in order to help all visitors to this website.

This central section of the Queen�s University Website has been designed to meet Level AA (2) of the World Wide Web Consortium�s (W3C-AA) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. All new University sites are also designed to conform to W3C-AA standards. However, it is possible that our older pages do not currently conform to these standards. We are working with information providers across the University to ensure that all future web pages compliant with accessibility guidelines.

We intend to continue improving the accessibility of our site, so if you have any difficulty accessing the site and require further help, or if you have any suggestions to help improve our accessibility, please contact us.

Virtual Learning Environment

Queen�s Virtual Learning Environment, "Queen�s Online", has been designed to ensure that all students and staff can get access to learning resources and services. To access the system, and associated online manuals and help, please go to the Queen�s Online Login Page.

Assistive Technologies

Queen's University endeavours to ensure that its website resources are accessible to all, regardless of disability. Any user who experiences difficulty accessing University website resources and who may require access to Assistive Technology such as screen readers, voice recognition software, alternative mice/keyboards, etc. should contact staff within Disability Services ( who will liaise with colleagues to make appropriate provision.

University Complaints

If you would like to make a complaint about content on any of the University websites or there is an issue that you would like us to address in relation to a website please follow this link and fill in and submit the available form.