- Research Excellence Framework 2014 identified Ulster as one of the top five universities in the UK for research in law, biomedical sciences, nursing and art and design.
- Over 90% of graduates are in work or further study six months after graduation.
- More than 2,000 international students from over 80 countries and Alumni from 121 countries.
Ulster is a university with a national and international reputation for excellence, innovation and regional engagement. The University makes a major contribution to the economic, social and cultural development of Northern Ireland and plays a key role in attracting inward investment.
Ulster is home to more than 25,000 local, national and international students, spread over four campuses, in Belfast, Coleraine, Jordanstown and Magee (Londonderry). There are more than 3,500 international students from 90 different countries. Ulster is proud of the strength of its teaching provision, its widening access and participation initiatives, and its research and innovation.
Colleges and Schools
Ulster University’s academic structure is based on 6 Faculties: Arts; Art, Design and the Built Environment; Computing and Engineering; Life & Health Sciences; Social Sciences; and the Ulster Business School
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Over 25,000 students and 4,500 staff.
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Number of university/college beds 886
Typical annual cost of university/college accommodation £2,479–£3,663
Typical annual cost of private accommodation £1,500–£2,220
Number of university/college beds 865
Typical annual cost of university/college accommodation £2,424–£3,515
Typical annual cost of private accommodation £2,730–£3,276
Number of university/college beds 630
Typical annual cost of university/college accommodation £2,590–£3,404
Typical annual cost of private accommodation £1,800–£3,000
Each campus has a state-of-the-art learning resource centre and modern teaching facilities. Each also has its own distinctive character deriving from its facilities, subject and research specialties, social and recreational opportunities, cultural and artistic life, and the landscape and community in which it is situated.
There are three regional airports in Northern Ireland, all under an hour’s flight away from most Great Britain and Irish airports. Plenty of international flights too. If you’re in the car, daily ferry services run between Great Britain and Northern Ireland ports.
Living in Belfast
As the capital city of Northern Ireland, Belfast has enjoyed over a decade of rapid economic growth. The city’s skyline has changed significantly in the last few years thanks to massive investment and regeneration. This includes the opening in 2012 of Titanic Belfast, an iconic visitor attraction, as the city which built the ship marks the centenary of its fateful maiden voyage. Political stability has allowed the economy to flourish. Investors recognize the appeal of the strategic location and excellent infrastructure, with major road, rail, sea and air links to the rest of the UK, the Republic of Ireland and mainland Europe.