Most applicants are offered admission on the "condition" of successful completion of the current undergraduate honours degree (or master’s degree), and, receipt of your transcript showing that the degree was awarded.
Pending receipt and review of your final transcript, showing proof of successful completion, you will receive notice of a final acceptance. This acceptance will be sent to you via email (those who applied electronically) or through regular postal mail (those who applied using a paper application). If convocation for your previous degree is pending, your transcript may not indicate that the degree was granted. In this case, you are required to provide a separate, original, signed statement indicating that the degree requirements have been completed and the date of your convocation. This should be provided by the Faculty or School who administered the degree, and not the home department in which you studied.
Accept our offer of admission. You may have already done this. To confirm, return to the online application site and login with your userid and password.
If on your display page, the words "Offer accepted" are displayed to you, this means that you previously accepted our offer, either online, or by reporting to the department to which you applied, that you accepted our offer. If these words do not appear, this means we do not have your response to our offer of admission. You must open your emailed letter of admission, and click the Continue button below to proceed to our online applicant response page, fill in the required information, and click "Submit". We would appreciate receiving your response as soon as possible.
If you have decided not to attend Queen's University, please contact us so that we can update our records.
For those of you entering the Master's programs in Occupational or Physical Therapy, you would have accepted an offer of admission through the Ontario University Application Centre, so you do not need to do anything further to accept our offer of admission.
To obtain your Student number, please call the School of Graduate Studies office on 1-613-533-6100. We cannot provide you with your student number by email, due to confidentiality requirements. You will need your Student number to be able to get your NetID, so that you can get a Queen's account.
International students must go to the Queen's University International Centre (QUIC) to confirm arrangements for your University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP). You may also apply online through the QUIC website prior to your arrival in Kingston.
Pay your Fees or make Fee Payment Arrangements - All graduate students must choose a fee payment method prior to registering. Unless paying via pre-authorisation, full payment of tuition and fees must be made before you register and by September 1st, 2012 (Fall term) and by January 1st, 2013 (winter term). Please check the fee tables to see the amount owing for your program. If you have questions, a Fees Hotline is available at 613-533-6894. Information on fee payment methods is also available on the University Registrar's website.
Read the full details about the on-line Pre-Authorised Payment Plan on the Registrars Office website
For information about registration Fall 2012, go to the Office of the University Registrar's website.
Graduate courses are normally selected in consultation with your supervisor and/or departmental graduate coordinator. At this time due to the continued implementation of the new Student Record System (SOLUS), please contact your programs Graduate Assistant to register your course selection.
Please do not hesitate to contact the School of Graduate Studies if you have any queries.
All new graduate students shall receive mandatory training in accessible customer services, as required by the Government of Ontario, under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA).
Queen's graduate students will satisfy the requirement by completing the online course created for this purpose, AODA-800 Accessible Customer Service Training.
Full details of registration for the course can be found at:http://www.queensu.ca/sgs/resource/sgscourses.html#accessible