Queen's University is a public research university in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Founded on 16 October 1841, via a royal charter issued by Queen Victoria, and became Queen’s University in 1912. Queen's University enjoys a high reputation in North America with nearly 200 years of academic accumulation and deep alumni network.
The campus of Queen's University is full of unique neo-roman and gothic revival buildings dominated by limestone, many of which are more than one hundred years old. The university offers 15 different faculties, including business, medicine, law, biology, engineering, arts and sciences, and it also has opened a campus in the United Kingdom. Queen's University has made outstanding contributions to the world's scientific research field, and Professor McDonald won the Nobel Prize in physics in 2015.
女王大学的史密斯商学院(Smith School of Business)是经过AACSB和EQUIS认证的世界级顶尖商学院，是培育商业精英的摇篮，加拿大的许多大企业家都曾在此商学院就读。史密斯商学院的本科商学位具有极高的名望，同时，史密斯商学院也是许多研究生项目的发源地，其使命是“培养具有全球视野的杰出领导者，创造新知识以推动商业和社会发展”。
The Smith School of Business at Queen's University, a world-class Business School accredited by the AACSB and EQUIS, is a cradle of business excellence and has been the place where many of Canada's leading entrepreneurs studied. It has a prestigious undergraduate business degree and is home to many graduate programs. Its mission is to "develop outstanding leaders with a global perspective and create new knowledge to drive business and social development".