Ulster is a university with a national and international reputation for excellence, innovation and regional engagement. We make a major contribution to the economic, social and cultural development of Northern Ireland and play a key role in attracting inward investment. Our core business activities are teaching and learning, widening access to education, research and innovation and technology and knowledge transfer.
Take a look at our courses and you’ll see how we’re preparing students for tomorrow’s world today.
University of Ulster is registered with The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland, Charity number: NIC100166
The Corporate Plan sets out our overall Vision, Values, Delivery and Goals.
Our Teaching and Learning Strategy articulates the University's specific commitments relating to learning and teaching which emanate from our Corporate Plan.
Statement of quality assurance policies and procedures at the University of Ulster.
Information on our collaborative partnerships with Higher Education providers.
The University of Ulster is committed to supporting graduates gain stimulating and fulfilling employment by providing learning experiences that lead to valuable employment opportunities and further professional development.
Our prospectus holds all the courses and study opportunities available to you. Choose from Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses as well as Postgraduate Research and Distance Learning options.
Student feedback mechanisms collect information from our student body on their University experience. Formal surveys and other methods are used to collate this feedback.
The University has a long tradition of offering vocational, professionally accredited courses and such courses are increasingly popular with applicants because of the direct link to employment.
External examiners are academic subject or professional experts appointed from outside the University.
Policies for student complaints, appeals and representations.
Academic Registry provides all the essential information you need to know about while studying at the University of Ulster.
Our Student Charter outlines our commitment to continually improving the quality of services to our students.
Our Quality Management and Audit Unit oversees all matters relating to the review of taught quality provision, subject and module monitoring and wider audits.
The Academic Office has advisory and developmental roles in relation to all aspects of academic policy, procedures and regulations for taught award-bearing provision.
University-wide strategies, policies and procedures.
Annual student statistics relating to enrolment numbers by campus, historical records, awards, student demographic profiles and admission entry qualifications.
Information relating to committee structures at the University of Ulster.
The Council is the governing body of the University with general control over the conduct of the University's affairs.
The Court normally meets once a year and primarily represents the University's external stakeholders.
Senate is the supreme academic decision-making authority within the University with a key role in the University's academic governance.
Our Senior Management structure comprising the Vice-Chancellor, Pro-Vice-Chancellors, Provosts, Directors/Chief Officers and Deans.
Our Faculty and School structure comprising Faculty Deans, Heads of Schools and Heads of Faculty Administration.
Our Annual Review illustrates how we continue to make progress towards achieving the core aims of our Corporate Plan.
Our financial statements present the annual financial results for the University and our subsidiary undertakings.
Equality and Diversity Services is responsible for developing and promoting policy and good practice in this area.
For all information relating to Freedom of Information at the University of Ulster.
The Charter, Statutes, Ordinances and Regulations of the University of Ulster.
A-Z contact details for every member of staff working at Ulster.