University of Ulster
The 114-acre Jordanstown campus is situated in the borough of Newtownabbey, a few miles to the north of Belfast. The grounds lie at the foot of the South Antrim hills, and the land fronting the main buildings slopes down to the shores of Belfast Lough. The excellent road system of the greater Belfast region means that Jordanstown is only a few minutes drive from the capital, allowing students to take advantage of the social life and living accommodation available in the city.
Also close by is Carrickfergus, with its perfectly
preserved 12-century castle, Elizabethan parish church and a modern marina.
Heading farther north, a journey along the 60 miles of coast road is rewarding
for its spectacular views.
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