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University of ulster logoThe University of Ulsters Vision is to be a model of an outstanding regional university with a national and international reputation for quality.

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The University makes a major contribution to the economic, social and cultural advancement of Northern Ireland as a region within a national and international context and plays a key role in attracting inward investment. Core business activities are teaching and learning, research and technology and knowledge transfer.

The University's course provision is the largest in the island of Ireland covering Arts, Business and Management, Engineering, Information Technology, Life and Health Sciences and Social Sciences. Courses have a strong vocational element and the majority include a period of industrial or professional placement.

The University has a major direct and indirect impact on the economy and community in Northern Ireland. It employs over 3,500 staff, has an annual turnover in excess of 120 million and has embarked on a development programme of 200 million over the next 10 years.

Technology and knowledge transfer and commercial exploitation of ideas are promoted through a range of initiatives including the establishment of high technology campus incubators, its Science Research Parks, the Teaching Company Scheme and ongoing research and consultancy with business and industry.

The University is a major contributor to the R&D capacity within Northern Ireland in support of local business and industry. Its research base has strengthened and expanded rapidly in terms of funding and quality.

The University through its Institute of Lifelong Learning makes a leading contribution to lifelong (including e-based) learning, access to education and enhancement of the region's knowledge base.

Strong and expanding partnerships have been forged with other educational providers locally nationally and internationally. The University has a network of strategic partnerships throughout the world.


The Faculty of Arts has five Schools: Art and Design; Languages and Literature; Media and Performing Arts; History and International Affairs; and the Research Graduate School. Through these Schools, the Faculty offers an unusually wide range of courses and options on all four campuses of the University.

Business and Management

The Faculty consists of eight academic units which, between them, have an establishment of approximately 140 academic staff. These are the Schools of Accounting; Business Organisation and Management; Business, Retail and Financial Services; Hotel, Leisure and Tourism; International Business; Marketing, Entrepreneurship and Strategy; Business Institute; and the Research Graduate School.


The Faculty of Engineering at the University of Ulster comprises of six Schools, namely the Schools of the Built Environment; Computing and Information Engineering; Computing and Intelligent Systems; Computing and Mathematics; Electrical and Mechanical Engineering; and the Research Graduate School.

Life and Health Sciences:

The Faculty has an international reputation for the quality of its research which is carried out within its research groups, covering the range of biological, biomedical and environmental sciences.

There are eight Schools in the Faculty:

Social Sciences:

The Faculty of Social Sciences operates across three of the University's four campuses:

There are seven schools in the faculty:
University of Ulster,
Belfast Campus University of Ulster,
Magee Campus,
University of Ulster,
York Street,
Co. Antrim,
BT15 1ED
Tel: 08 700 400 700
University of Ulster,
Coleraine Campus,
Cromore Road,
Co. Londonderry,
BT52 1SA
Tel: 08 700 400 700
University of Ulster,
Jordanstown Campus,
Shore Road,
Co. Antrim,
BT37 0QB
Tel: 08 700 400 700
University of Ulster,
Northland Road,
Co. Londonderry,
BT48 7JL
Tel: 08 700 400 700

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