Summer Conference

12 - 14 June 2024
Queen's University Belfast


Queen's University Belfast, University Rd, Belfast BT7 1NN

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Conference locations

  • Conference - Peter Froggatt Centre 
  • Accommodation - Elms Village
  • Breakfast - Treehouse, Elms Village
  • Conference check-in, catering and exhibition - Whitla Hall (adjacent to Peter Froggatt Centre)
  • Social Evening - Ulster University and The Dark Horse.
  • CUBO Awards Dinner - One Elmwood  


Accommodation is included at The Elms Village on Wednesday and Thursday night. Early arrivals can book Tuesday 11th June through the CUBO website.

The Elms, 78 Malone Rd, Belfast, BT9 5BW

Car parking at The Elms Village is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis. Electric chargers are available onsite at the accommodation.

Getting there

Travel to and from Belfast is remarkably easy and efficient. There are many inexpensive flights connecting Belfast with most major UK cities, plus extensive ferry, bus and train connections.

There are two airports serving Belfast:

  • George Best Belfast City Airport is just two miles from the city centre, served by a frequent Ulsterbus Airport Express 600 bus service to the city centre and its main bus and rail stations.
  • Belfast International Airport is nineteen miles from Belfast at Aldergrove. The Ulsterbus Airport Expres 300 service connects with the city centre.

Additionally, Dublin International Airport, located approximately 100 miles to the south, provides connections to airports throughout Europe and further afield.  The Ulsterbus Goldline Express 200 service travels between Belfast and the airport, with a journey time of a little over two hours.


The following companies provide long-distance services to Belfast, including cross-channel routes and Belfast-Dublin:


Rail connections are available from both the UK and Dublin.


Within Northern Ireland, the road network is good. Motorway sections leave Belfast to the north (M2), the west (M1) and the east (M3). A city ring road, the Westlink makes it easy to navigate Belfast's traffic system. A good road link connects Belfast with Dublin in the Irish Republic to the south.

The main campus is easily and quickly reached from the city centre. View maps of Belfast and the surrounding area.


Fast ferry services including Stena Line and P&O Ferries make multiple daily crossings from Northern Ireland to ports in Scotland and England:

  • Belfast Port is located approximately one mile from the city centre and can be reached by bus, taxi or on foot.
  • Larne Port lies approximately 20 miles east of Belfast, with bus and rail connections.







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