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How to apply

Find out more information about how to apply to Ulster University.


Undergraduate

Course type How to apply
Full-time Apply via UCAS
Part-time         Apply online *

UCAS application

You can apply for up to five courses in a single application, which can be to one or more UK universities; find out more by watching UCAS videos and guides.

There are several UCAS deadlines, but it is important that applications are received by 15 January 2016 for entry in September 2016. 

Deadlines for some courses may be different so check the specific course information.

The UCAS code for Ulster University is U20.

Postgraduate

Applications to full-time and part-time postgraduate courses are made through the University's online application system*. 

You will be asked to provide personal details and information on your education and qualifications, employment, funding, referees and personal statement. 

  • If you are applying for the first time please create an account.
  • If you are a returning user you can check the progress of your application or make a new application by entering your login ID and pin details here

Contact the Admissions Office if you have forgotten your login ID and/or pin.


Postgraduate research courses

Course type How to apply
Research studentship Apply via the Research Office 

eLearning

Course type How to apply
eLearning Apply online *

Please contact our eLearning team with any questions:


Short courses

We offer a range of short courses to develop personal and professional skills and knowledge, enhance your employability and help career progression.

Course type How to apply
Undergraduate short courses
  1. All applications are completed online.
  2. To apply for a CPPD module go to ulster.ac.uk/applyonline.
  3. Click on 'First time user account creation' at the bottom of the page to create your own Login ID and PIN. Please keep a record of the Login ID and PIN you create for future use, and note that the Login ID is case sensitive and must be entered exactly as you first created it in order for the system to recognise and authenticate it.
  4. Click on New Application and choose Professional Development Programme.
  5. When completing the 'Programme selection' section of the application please ensure you choose CPPD MODULES CE as the programme choice.
  6. Please give the full title of the short course you wish to study.
  7. If you have any problems completing the online application or are unsure of any of the required details please contact the Centre for Flexible and Continuing Education - FlexEd@ulster.ac.uk
Postgraduate short courses
  1. All applications are completed online.
  2. To apply for a professional development short course go to ulster.ac.uk/applyonline.
  3. Under FIRST TIME USERS, click on the link to create your own Login ID and PIN. Please keep a record of the Login ID and PIN you create for future use, and note that the Login ID is case sensitive and must be entered exactly as you first created it in order for the system to recognise and authenticate it.
  4. Click on Application Type (dropdown box at the bottom of the screen) and choose 'Professional Devel Progs PG’ (Do not choose Short Courses)'.
  5. When completing the 'Admission Term', ensure that you choose Academic Year 2016-2017.
  6. When completing the 'Programme Selection' section of the application, please ensure you choose 'PG CPD Modules, Part-time Jordanstown' as the Programme Choice (this includes online short courses).
  7. Please give the full title of the short course you wish to study. If you are unsure of the title, please check the course listings.
  8. If you have any problems completing the online application or are unsure of any of the required details, please contact the Centre for Flexible and Continuing Education - FlexEd@ulster.ac.uk
Non-credit Apply by selecting the apply online button on a course page

International

International student application information is in the International student section.

* Important online application information

  • A maximum of nine applications may be submitted in each academic year.  
  • Closing dates vary but applications can usually be made up until the start of the course. 
  • It is recommended that you apply early to allow time for your application to be processed.  
  • If you have any questions about applying for a course please contact our Student Administration team.

Admissions documents