Queen’s University is a mid-sized university located in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. It is one of Canada's oldest degree-granting institutions, and has influenced Canadian higher education since 1841. Queen's is not just a place to learn, but a place to live, work and grow. Our community, and the programs and resources available help to provide a safe, inclusive and supportive environment.
We are a small school with big impact. Offering a tight-knit student community and small student to faculty ratios, Queen's Medicine is the most in-demand program in Canada. Each year, we admit five international students (non-Canadian citizens, non-permanent residents). Learn more about Queen's Medical School and about our admissions process and requirements.
Kingston is a home-away-from-home not only for students from Queen’s, but also for those attending the Royal Military College and St. Lawrence College - more than 30,000 in all! Described by students as both “quaint” and “eclectic,” Kingston is big enough to provide all the conveniences of modern life, and small enough for students, staff, and faculty to feel instantly comfortable and at home.