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One of the longest running societies in Queen’s University, the Irish Society invites students from all walks of life to learn, practice and speak the Irish Language. We have a mixture of social and academic events throughout the year from our annual Formal and Mystery Tour to our quieter ‘ciorcal comhra’ nights that take place around Belfast. As well as our social events, we run Irish classes throughout the year in the PFC from beginners’ classes to classes for those who want to keep up their Irish. The Irish Society is a great way to meet people who share an interest in the Irish language and promoting it around the University as well as keep up any Irish that you do have. We look forward to you joining us for our events throughout the year!
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Every year, Student Leaders are elected to represent the 25,000 students at Queen’s and to lead the Union.
There are 35 roles available:
6 Full-Time Student Officers;
10 Part-Time Student Officers;
3 Faculty Representatives; and
16 School Representatives.
33 posts are up for election.
Nominations are now closed.
The polls open at 08:00 on Monday 1 March 2021 (in 6 hours and 44 minutes)
Elections for delegate positions for national union conferences. All students can vote!
3 posts are up for election.