|Rank 601||Location Ulster, Northern Ireland||Established 1968||International Students 27,000|
|Famous Courses Masters courses, Bachelors courses, Engineering courses, Computers courses, Science courses, Humanities courses, Business courses, BSc, BBA, MBA, MBBS, MS, BE/Btech, MIM||International Fees 12,890 GBP|
Ulster University was established in 1984 and it's located in Ulster, Northern Ireland. It has four campuses in Belfast, Coleraine, Magee College and Jordanstown, and a fifth virtual campus, Campus One, online. Each campus has a distinct focus, which means that students will typically spend their entire time at the University on a single campus, and over 2,000 international students from more than 50 countries are currently enrolled.
Six months after graduation, more than 90% of Ulster graduates are in work or further study, and over 4,000 students have successfully completed eLearning courses at Ulster University. Ulster was named a leading modern university and ranked in the top 100 globally in the Times Higher Education 100 Under 50 rankings.
The University of Ulster places a strong emphasis on employability, with many courses earning professional accreditation and incorporating work placements. This also leads to some one-of-a-kind facilities, such as FireSERT: a postgraduate teaching and PhD programme focusing on fire safety science and engineering.
International Orientation and airport pickups are held one week before the start of the semester and consist of talks and workshops designed to introduce international students to the University and each other. CELT provides English language support on all campuses before and during the start of the school year.
Living in a high-quality flat in Belfast's city centre, close to the university campus.The new £250 million campus in Belfast is one of Europe's largest higher education capital developments, located in the heart of the lively Cathedral Quarter.It will revolutionise the student experience as a centre of academic achievement by providing a progressive learning, teaching, and research environment backed by the most cutting-edge technologies.
Jordanstown is ideal for students who enjoy fresh air, beach walks, and other outdoor activities. The tranquil atmosphere created by the ‘wellness village' feelings is ideal for studying, with plenty of opportunity to de-stress and take a breather in the lush environs. The large outdoor areas are ideal for gathering up with friends, participating in an outdoor exercise class, and exploring the popular walking and cycling paths. A restaurant, coffee shop, sandwich bar, grocery, and the Student Hub are all located in the campus' central mall. Just a short stroll into Whiteabbey village, you'll find café culture, fantastic food, and stylish bars.
The Coleraine campus is situated on the banks of the River Bann, just a mile from Coleraine and three miles from the beach cities of Portrush and Portstewart. The Belfast to L'Derry train line goes just past the campus entrance, making it very convenient to get to. The neighbouring beach towns are full of cafes, pubs, and fantastic places to dine, making it the ideal spot for catching up with friends and relaxing. The student hub includes a laundry and the ‘Hive,' a social place where you and your friends may socialise, watch a movie, play video games, or play board games from the past.
The main building of our picturesque Magee campus, which overlooks the River Foyle, is flanked by state-of-the-art facilities that include laboratories, workshops, lecture theatres, and performance studios. You have access to the on-campus restaurant, cafes, and cash machines if you live on campus. The sporting facilities at the Duncreggan Student Village include a multi-purpose sports hall and fitness studio, as well as excellent grass and synthetic sports pitches adjacent to the student halls of residence.
Ulster University has four main campuses located in Belfast, Jordanstown, Coleraine, and Magee, as well as two smaller campuses in Birmingham and London. The Belfast campus is located in the city's vibrant Cathedral Quarter, which is also the city's emerging cultural centre. The area is home to a vibrant arts scene, and the campus hosts a number of annual festivals, including the Ulster Festival of Art and Design.
The following dates of the session of 2021-22 have been reported by the official academic calendar uploaded on the University of the Ulster University's website.
|TERM DATES FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2021/22|
|SEMESTER 1 - AUTUMN|
|Welcome Week||Monday 13 to Friday 17, 2021|
|Teaching begins||Monday 20 September,2021|
|Teaching ends||Friday 10 Decembe,r 2021|
|Christmas Vacation begins||Monday 13 December, 2021|
|Christmas||Saturday 25 December, 2021|
|Christmas Vacation ends||Monday 3 January, 2022|
|Examination Period||Wednesday 5 January, 2022|
|Autumn Semester Ends||Friday 21 January, 2022|
|SEMESTER 2 - SPRING|
|Welcome Week||Monday 17 to Friday 21 January, 2022|
|Spring semester begins||Monday 24 January, 2022|
|Teaching begins||Friday 4 February ,2022|
|St Patrick's Day||Thursday 17 March, 2022|
|Easter vacation begins||Friday 15 April, 2022|
|Easter Vacation Ends||Friday 29 April,2022|
|May Day||Monday 2 May, 2022|
|Revision week||Tuesday 3 May 2022|
|Examination Period||Monday 9 May to Tuesday 24 May,2022|
|Spring semester ends||Friday 27 May, 2022|