Jordanstown is the largest of Ulster’s campuses, located just seven miles north of Belfast. The campus has a strong profile in computing, built environment, business, engineering, social sciences, communication and academic disciplines relating to the science and coaching of sport.
Sport plays a significant part in the life of the campus which is home to the Sports Institute of Northern Ireland (SINI).
Many students starting their degree at Jordanstown in 2019 will complete their course in the new Belfast campus.
I love JORDANSTOWN campus because everyone strives towards inclusion - And that’s such a lovely feeling in your first yearTina Eastwood - (Student)
Provost (Jordanstown and Belfast)
The Jordanstown campus is large and lively with a correspondingly high number of staff and students and an extensive international community of talented alumni. Home to a wide range of purpose-built engineering facilities, a world-class sports centre and a financial innovation laboratory, it is renowned for world-leading research and teaching across a wide range of programmes. Our academic excellence focuses on subjects as diverse as computing, built environment, business, law, engineering, social and health sciences, communication and academic disciplines relating to the science and coaching of sport.
As we progress our plans to move much of the campus’s operations to Belfast, we are committed to ensuring that Jordanstown will maintain a crucial role in the University operation in the Greater Belfast area, particularly in the areas of sports and engineering.
At Student Support we provide many services to help students through their time at Ulster University.
At our Jordanstown Campus we have world class facilities that are open all year round to our students and members of the public.
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