Ulster University

Ulster University, formally the University of Ulster, is a multi-grounds state funded college situated in Northern Ireland. It is regularly alluded to casually and informally as Ulster, or by the shortening UU. It is the second biggest college on the island of Ireland, after the government National University of Ireland.

It has one of the most elevated further examination and business rates in the UK, with more than 90% of graduates being in work or further investigation a half year after graduation. The college is an individual from the Association of Commonwealth Universities, the European University Association, Universities Ireland and Universities UK.


for International Students

  • All international students who have firmly accepted an offer and have applied before the relevant deadline are guaranteed accommodation.
  • All university accommodation is self-catered, with access to shared kitchen facilities, and includes free Wi-Fi and/or internet access. All locations are within a 5-minute walk of the campus.
  • International students are integrated with home students throughout university accommodation, and accomodation contracts enable international students to remain in university accommodation during vacation times.
  • Adapted accessible accommodation is available for students with mobility needs.
  • A range of accommodation is available off-campus for students seeking more independent living.


Living in Ulster

Each of Ulster University’s four campuses are uniquely positioned to enjoy the rolling landscapes, hazy mountains, and vibrant culture and history of their local towns and cities.

You will have exciting opportunities to travel to other parts of the UK, Europe or further afield during your university vacations or after you finish your studies. Here is some advice to make the most of your trip.


More Info?

Get more information on studying at Ulster University. Find out more about our application process and answers to general information about our programs and procedures.