Study in University of Ulster
Ulster is a university with a national and international reputation for excellence, innovation and regional engagement. The University of Ulster makes a major contribution to the economic, social and cultural development of Northern Ireland and play a key role in attracting inward investment. The University core business activities are teaching and learning, widening access to education, research and innovation and technology and knowledge transfer.
The University of Ulster have a positive impact on the economy and community in Northern Ireland and employ over 3000 staff with an annual turnover of more than £200 million.
Technology and knowledge transfer and commercial exploitation of ideas are promoted by the University office of Innovation through a range of initiatives and ongoing research and consultancy with business and industry.
The University of Ulster are a major contributor to the Research and Development capacity within Northern Ireland and the University supports local business and industry. The 2008 Research Assessment Exercise confirmed the strength and quality of the University research and the advances that the University are continually making.
The University of Ulster makes a leading contribution to lifelong learning (via eLearning), widening access to education for all – enhancing the region’s knowledge base.
Partnerships have been forged with other educational providers locally, nationally and internationally and the University have a network of strategic partnerships throughout the world.
Ulster is a dynamic and innovative place to work and study. The University is a modern, forward-looking, progressive and entrepreneurial University with the ability to get things done.
No two days are ever alike at the University of Ulster and there’s always lots going on. That’s what makes studying and working at the University of Ulster so appealing. Diversity is important and the University of Ulster aim to provide something for everyone.