The Belfast campus is situated in the artistic and cultural centre of the city, the Cathedral Quarter. Although traditionally associated with art, the campus spans an increasing and exciting range of subjects including architecture, hospitality, event management, photography and digital animation.
Our vibrant campus plays host to frequent fashion shows and art exhibitions and is an exciting place to study and work. It is also home to The Academy training restaurant.
I love Belfast Campus because it's where I have become the artist I always wanted to beNiamh OLoughlin - (Student)
Provost (Jordanstown and Belfast)
Our new Belfast campus – one of the largest higher education capital builds in Europe – is transforming higher education in the city, creating a dynamic teaching and learning environment. When complete, it will include an assortment of modern, state-of-the-art facilities for the wide range of different learning, teaching, innovation and research activities that our staff and students undertake.
Alongside programmes like art, architecture and business, academic provision will be greatly expanded and this campus will, over the next few years, become home to a wide range of new courses which are currently delivered in Jordanstown, including disciplines as varied as law, computing, engineering and social science among many others.
Find out what coures are on offer at our Belfast campus.
Visit. See. Buy. Commission.
This unique art and design shop, based on Ulster University’s Belfast campus, will be both educational and recreational – home to the emerging talent of our students, but also an innovative gateway for the public, connecting the University with the city and Belfast’s vibrant artistic community.
Experience a Taste of Ulster
Enjoy locally sourced food created and served by our students. Situated on York Street, we offer a contemporary dining experience in a relaxed atmosphere all for a very good price.
The Legal Innovation Centre are pleased to host a lecture by Roger Smith, Technology and Access to Justice - a help or a hindrance?