We are a university with a national and international reputation for excellence, innovation and regional engagement, making a major contribution to the economic, social and cultural development of Northern Ireland.
Ulster University is organized into four faculties, each one housing several schools focused on different subject areas. The university offers 603 educational programs in arts, engineering, business, management, health and life sciences, social sciences and information technology at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels. The institution also extends a range of short courses and CPD programs. Besides, the university offers 78 e-learning programs to facilitate flexible learning for working professionals. The university is a vibrant community of different nationalities and backgrounds, with around 27,000 students pursuing their programs across four campuses.
Our degree programmes are developed in collaboration with industry and professional bodies. Many offer an additional qualification or accreditation which can prove invaluable when job hunting.
Enhancing employability is an Ulster University priority. At Ulster University we have always placed employability at the heart of the student experience and provided all our students with the opportunities and support they need to develop into highly employable graduates. This new Employability Strategy describes our ambitions to further enhance and integrate our employability offering into the overall student experience over the next five years.