Study in United Kingdom with Ulster University
University of Ulster is Public research university which was founded in 1865 as Magee College later on it was named as University of Ulster. The university is has a multi-campuses: Belfast campus located in Cathedral Quarter, Coleraine campus located in County Donegal hills, Jordan-town campus located in Belfast city Magee campus located in city of Derry. The university has two branch campuses in England: London and Birmingham .
University of Ulster comprises of three faculties and one school: Faculty of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment, Faculty of Life and Health Sciences and Ulster University Business School.
University of Ulster has more than 25000 students including 19,865 undergraduates and graduates 5,290 including 2,000 international students.
With the help of QA Higher Education partnership the university operates two branch campuses in England: London and Birmingham. These campuses are located in Holborn - London Campus and in Centre City Towerthe Birmingham campus is located. These campuses offer variety of programs in business, finance and computing
University of Ulster is considered as largest university in Northern Ireland and also the second largest university on the island of Ireland. Within the six months after graduation, over 92% of graduates are being able to get job.
Notable Alumni: Andrew Waterman (Poet), Gareth Roberts (Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sheffield), Mark Durkan (former deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland).
Ulster University Programs
Ulster University Application Requirements
Ulster University Cost of studies
Undergraduate: GBP 13,680
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
Ulster University Deadlines
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific deadlines.