Established in 1968 as the New University of Ulster, it merged with Ulster Polytechnic in 1984, incorporating its four Northern Irish campuses under the University of Ulster banner. The university incorporated its four campuses in 1984; located in Belfast, Coleraine, Magee College in Derry, and Jordanstown.
Our award winning Career Development Centre (CDC), located on each campus, offers friendly and impartial support with career planning and provides advice on developing your employability skills.
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Student Support provide a range of services to help you cope with any problems you might have as a student. Our staff offer professional advice and guidance on many issues including your academic progress, managing your time and finances, settling in generally or adapting to living away from home.Each campus has a Student Support office where you can speak to trained staff who will help you access the service you need.
It's often said that the friends you make at university are the ones you keep for life. We think that's true. Lifelong friendships begin in our student villages and communities every year. Our students give everyone a warm welcome and they make your University experience fun and truly unforgettable.
As an Ulster student, you can use any of our four modern, well-equipped libraries.We offer an extensive range of resources and services including:
All students living away from home are required to register with a local doctor. Non-UK and Republic of Ireland citizens are entitled to a medical card.
FacilitiesYou don't have to be a professional athlete to benefit from world-class facilities across our campuses.ColeraineFacilities include:
Clubs and societies are an integral part of the Students' Union and university life.
Get involved in meeting new people, having fun and trying something new while gaining valuable experience, skills to enhance your CV. Whether you are interested in athletics, comic books, debating, politics or surfing (and everything in-between), all Ulster students can join
As a mature student, I thoroughly enjoyed the course and applied my work experience to elements of the course, making it more understandable.
The competent staff was also very helpful with issues to do with official documents, such as the residence permit and other procedural issues. Well in advance of my arrival they had provided me with practical information and guidance, including lists of student residences and particular renting rooms to apply to.
Overall, studying for the MSc Digital Communications at Ulster University was a good experience. MSC Digital Communication teachers of Ulster University are all well prepared and hold good professional experience, this means that they can teach with confidence and give up-to-date and relevant information on the field of study, they are always welcoming you for all the...