The Ban Righ Centre assists women of all ages returning to study at Queen's after a time away from formal education or starting for the first time when mature. The Ban Righ Centre provides student advising; emergency bursaries; a free soup lunch; informal talks open to students and community members; a computer lab and wireless internet; and an inclusive, friendly space.

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The Ban Righ Centre supports programs and services for women of all ages who are returning to study at Queen's after a time away from formal education or starting their formal education for the first ... (Learn More)
The Ban Righ Centre supports programs and services for women of all ages who are returning to study at Queen's after a time away from formal education or starting their formal education for the first ... (Learn More)
Established by Maureen and George Ewan. Awarded on the basis of financial need to female students who have experienced an interruption in their formal education and who are registered in any faculty o ... (Learn More)
Established by Maureen and George Ewan. Awarded on the basis of financial need to female students who have experienced an interruption in their formal education and who are registered in any faculty o ... (Learn More)
Supporting mature women students in their pursuit of education through emergency bursaries. (Learn More)
Supporting mature women students in their pursuit of education through emergency bursaries. (Learn More)
The Women of Science '81 Bursary is awarded by the Ban Righ Centre on the basis of demonstrated financial need to female students who have experienced an interruption in their formal education. (Learn More)
The Women of Science '81 Bursary is awarded by the Ban Righ Centre on the basis of demonstrated financial need to female students who have experienced an interruption in their formal education. (Learn More)