Ulster University is the biggest university in Northern Ireland, and is located across four distinct campuses in the towns and cities of Belfast, Coleraine, Magee and Jordanstown. The university also maintains two other study sites in the cities of London and Birmingham - together these academic communities provide students with an impressive array of courses to choose from, in addition to distance and online learning.
Ulster University has a strong reputation for student satisfaction and academic excellence, as evidenced by its place among one of five shortlisted universities for The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide: ''University of the Year''. It has also risen into the highest 30 institutions across the UK for both student experience and teaching quality. Overall the university has recently risen further to achieve a place in the top 50 UK institutions overall.
Graduates from Ulster enjoy one of the best employment rates in the United Kingdom, as 94 per cent of graduates find work or further study six months following their departure from the university. Most of the study programmes are professionally accredited and allow students to obtain real world experience through placements and internships. With an award winning Career Development Centre behind them, students feel confident in achieving success.
Ulster University is proud of its quality campus sites which are equipped with modern facilities and have a significant positive influence on the towns and cities in which they are located. The university continues to develop its campuses with exciting new facilities and initiatives which aim to unite students and their host communities in the shared pursuit of growth and development.
Students from across the globe study at Ulster University and the university prides itself on the diverse and welcoming international population that it supports. Students from over 100 different countries come to study at Ulster.