HistoryUlster University was established in 1865 as the Magee College and is located in Northern Island. It has four main campuses located in Belfast, Coleraine, Jordanstown and Magee. It also has branches in London and Birmingham as part of its distance learning programme.
The University accept international student applications through the UCAS service with different courses having various entry requirements including English Language proficiency. Ulster also accept students globally for summer programs, exchanges and they are also part of the Erasmus + scheme.
Ulster University is divided into six academic faculties, each offering a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. These faculties are:
- Faculty of Arts
- Faculty of Art, Design and the Built Environment
- Faculty of Computing and Engineering
- Faculty of Life and Health Sciences
- Faculty of Social Sciences
- Ulster University Business School