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Anger as Belfast's Queen University dumps sociology degree
Now the university has gone ahead with its plan to dump the single honours degree in sociology. It is not known if the move will result in job losses.
Queen's University Belfast officially opens �20m School of Law building
First Minister Arlene Foster and deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness attended the opening of Queen's University Belfast's new �20 million School of Law building on Friday. The new building includes innovative teaching spaces, central to which is ...
Northern Ireland's ministers launch Ulster Business Top 100 companies list  Belfast Telegraph
Architect sought for Queen's University Belfast library expansion
The winner of the �500,000 contract will draw up plans for a 4,000m2 extension to the landmark building (pictured) which first opened to students seven years ago.
David Robinson, managing director at Robinson Services, said: “This is a highly significant contract award with one of the UK's leading universities.
Jeremy Paxman apparently said 'David Bowie' wrong - and fans don't like it
Viewers loved the David Bowie round on University Challenge, but they weren't as impressed with host Jeremy Paxman's pronunciation of the late star's name.
LSE law degree named second highest-earning uni course in the country with ...
Rounding off the top ten law schools are LSE, Durham, Nottingham, UCL, Leeds, Bristol, Queen's University Belfast and, interestingly, the University of Dundee.
Decision by Queen's to scrap its sociology degree is a sad reflection of ...
The decision by senior managers at Queen's University, Belfast, to close its single honours degree in sociology is an abdication of the university's responsibility to offer students in Northern Ireland the broadest opportunity to study our society.
Waccamaw Library presents Dr. Ian McLaren for October Author's Table
Born in Northern Ireland, Dr. McLaren earned a PhD in Physics from Queens University Belfast. He immigrated to Boston to join the research faculty at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Prince's visit to Donegal cost taxpayer over �600k
... cost Irish taxpayers a whopping €710,000 (�614,800) - and the bill could hit €1m. The sweeping tour earlier this year followed a two-day trip to Northern Ireland where the Royals visited Queen's University, Belfast and hosted an event at ...
Advanced technologies and novel solutions for a competitive and sustainable ...
The conference - a cooperation between Link�ping University, Scandinavian Biogas Fuels AB, the Swedish Biogas Research Centre (BRC) and the QUESTOR Centre at Queen's University Belfast- included sessions on the potential of anaerobic digestion ...