Ulster University

Ulster University
Ulster University
Belfast, Coleraine, Jordanstown, Derry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
70th place, according to the Complete University Guide 2017
£12,890 – £14,435 per year
94% of graduates are in employment or further education in the first 6 months after graduation.

Ulster is located in Northern Ireland and is one of the largest universities in the region. It is made up of 6 departments located across Northern Ireland.

Many of the courses incorporate a one-year long work placement and study abroad opportunities. Ulster received 89% student satisfaction score, and its strongest areas include Law, Biomedical Sciences, Nursing and Art.

The new Belfast campus opened in 2015 and now houses the Belfast School of Art with brand new facilities worth £250m.


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Accounting and Finance, Architecture, Art & Design, Business and Management, Computer Science and IT, Economics, Engineering, Fashion, Health Professions, Hospitality and Tourism, Journalism, Law, Linguistics, Marketing & Communication, Music, Politics and International Relations, Psychology and Sociology