Belfast campus is situated in the artistic and cultural centre of the city; the Cathedral Quarter. It spans an increasing and exciting range of subjects including Architecture, Hospitality, Event Management, Photography and Digital Animation.
Recently redeveloped, the campus comprises purpose-built modern design spaces, studios for recording and editing live and off-air television, sound recording, mixing and animation, exhibition areas and a brand new library. Our vibrant campus also plays host to frequent fashion and art exhibitions.
The Belfast campus is continuing to expand and develop as part of one of Northern Ireland's largest-ever urban developments. By 2019 we will have 15,000 students and staff based in the city centre.
Jordanstown Campus (Belfast)
Our bustling Jordanstown campus is the largest of our four campuses and located just seven miles north of Belfast city centre.
The campus has a strong profile in Business, Engineering, Communications, Law and Sport.
Sport plays a significant part in the life of the campus. It is home to the Sports Institute of Northern Ireland, a partnership between the University and Sport Northern Ireland, and most of Northern Ireland's leading athletes train here.
The relaxed, outdoor atmosphere of the coast, together with the nearby seaside towns of Portrush, Portstewart and the Giant's Causeway, makes for a warm and welcoming student experience at our Coleraine campus.
The area has an excellent selection of bars, clubs and award restaurant restaurants. For those interested in outdoor activities the local beaches, coastline and hills provide great opportunities to get outside and explore.
Magee is our beautiful historic campus in the heart of Derry/Londonderry.
Ongoing investment has provided state-of-the-art teaching, research and support facilities for students and staff with a new student residential village offering en-suite accommodation, new library and sports facilities.
Students can also use a range of facilities in the city and outdoor activities include sailing at nearby Fahan Beach, rowing and canoeing on the River Foyle and hill walking in nearby Donegal.