The Belfast campus is situated in the artistic and cultural centre of the city, the Cathedral Quarter. Although traditionally associated with art, the campus spans an increasing and exciting range of subjects including architecture, hospitality, event management, photography and digital animation. Our vibrant campus plays host to frequent fashion shows and art exhibitions and is an exciting place to study and work. It is also home to The Academy training restaurant.
The feeling of community at our Coleraine campus makes for a warm and welcoming student experience. The relaxed, outdoor atmosphere of the north coast is reflected in the feel of this thriving campus. Together with the nearby seaside towns of Portrush and Portstewart and the Giant’s Causeway World Heritage Site, this area is a major international tourist destination. A wide range of subjects is available at Coleraine, which makes for an interesting mixture of students and staff. Subject areas include biomedical sciences, geography and environmental science, psychology, pharmacy, English, history, media and journalism, travel and tourism, and teacher training.
Jordanstown is the largest of Ulster’s campuses, located just seven miles north of Belfast. The campus has a strong profile in computing, built environment, business, engineering, social sciences, communication and academic disciplines relating to the science and coaching of sport. Sport plays a significant part in the life of the campus which is home to the Sports Institute of Northern Ireland (SINI). Many students starting their degree at Jordanstown in 2019 will complete their course in the new Belfast campus.
The friendly village atmosphere of our Magee campus offers an intimate learning environment in the heart of Northern Ireland’s second city, Derry~Londonderry. Located in the North West of Northern Ireland and a short distance from County Donegal, Derry~Londonderry is ideally situated for exploring some of Ireland’s most dramatic landscapes. Ongoing investment has provided state-of-the-art teaching, research and support facilities for students and staff. Teaching strengths on campus include business, cinematic arts, Irish, music, drama, computing, engineering, nursing and law.