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Get the inside scoop

Hear from Kirstyn and Catherine about their Ulster University experiences.

They will talk about everything from transitioning from school to University, top tips for applying to university, what they wished they had have known before they started uni and so much more.

Sports Union

Ulster University Sports Union coordinates over 65 sports clubs across the campuses. Fintan Darragh, Vice-President for Sport and Wellbeing explains more and how you can get involved!

Applying to Ulster from ROI

Whether you’re from Donegal, Dublin, Dundalk or Dingle, we know the application process is a little different from CAO, but the Student Recruitment team are here to make it a piece of cake.

Find out about UCAS and what student finance is available.

My experience of University life

Owen McCloskey, UUSU President gives an insight into what life will be like at Ulster.

He’ll cover what to expect when you arrive, what happens during Welcome Week, support available and how to prepare for your next exciting step.

Applying to UCAS – hints, tips and advice

Find out everything you need to know about the UCAS Application process.

Get advice on key dates to be aware of as well as the wide range of support available to help you make the most informed and strongest application possible.

Talented Athlete Entry Scheme

The talented athlete entry scheme is designed to assist talented young sports performers in gaining access to a quality education at Ulster University whilst attaining success at the highest levels within their chosen sport.

Applications open at the end of September for entry to the University the following academic year.

Parents – what to know more?

Supporting a child through the university application and decision-making process can be very daunting.

We are here to support you every step of the way.  Hear from Jonathan Holland, Student Outreach and Recruitment Officer on all things UCAS Apply, student support and finance.

Money matters

Get advice on the costs of going to university, including tuition fees and the cost of living.

We will also discuss potential loans and grants that may be available to support those costs and provide tips on how to manage your money.

Careers services

At Ulster University we have always placed employability at the heart of the student experience and provided all our students with the opportunities and support they need to develop into highly employable graduates.

Hear from current students Romy Kerraghan and Bronagh Moore on the support the careers department provide students.

Transitioning from college to university

Michael McCamley, Student Recruitment and Outreach Officer and Claire Mulrone, Community Engagement Manager at Ulster will talk through your options for studying at Ulster University after your complete your course at college.

How GCSE selection can impact on your degree choice

Some of our degrees have specific entry requirements which we will highlight during this webinar to ensure you pick the correct subjects at school or college that will enable you to choose the course and career path you want.

Go Global international opportunities

Find out from Kelly Helmer, Global Mobility Officer at Ulster, about the exciting and diverse range of study abroad opportunities available to our students. She will talk about how our Go Global programme will help you stand out from the crowd after graduation, as well as boosting your grades, employability, entrepreneurship and earning potential.

Find out about the programmes available to you including  Erasmus plus, Study USA, ISEP, summer schools and our short-term opportunities.

A Parents Perspective

Accommodation at Coleraine campus

Get a whistle stop tour of our Coleraine campus from current students living there.

Accommodation at Jordanstown campus

Take a whistle stop tour of Jordanstown campus student accommodation from our current students living there.

Accommodation at Magee campus

Take a whistle stop tour of the Magee campus accommodation from current students who live there.

A Parents Perspective

Parents – we understand this could be a new journey for you so hopefully hearing from someone who has been there, done that and got the suitably uncool t-shirt will help. Here from Rory White one of our current student’s parents who was once in your shoes.

Kirstyn Investigates: The Cost of University

What’s the real cost of attending university? Aside from tuition fees, what other costs do student face, and what financial support can students get during their time at university? Follow Kirstyn as she meets with Elaine Reid from Student Finance NI and Cathie Creelman from Ulster University’s Student Health & Wellbeing team to explore just how affordable university is.

Kirstyn Investigates: University, is it worth it?

Why do so many people go to university after leaving school? What’s it all about, and is it even worth it? Follow Kirstyn as she meets with Anthony McGrath, Head of Market Engagement and Dr Donna Towe, Course Director in Marketing, and attempts to answer what university offers students and why it is the most popular pathway for school leavers.

Kirstyn Investigates: The Perfect UCAS Application

Is there such a thing as the perfect UCAS application? What do universities look for in university applicants and how do they decide which applicants receive course offers? Follow Kirstyn as she meets with Ronan Cullen, Head of Admissions, and Jonathan Holland, Student Outreach & Recruitment Officer, and discovers how important the personal statement as well as how to perfect your own UCAS application.

Kirstyn Investigates: Surviving the Transition from School

How different is university to school? What’s the first day on campus like, and how easy is it to make friends? Follow Kirstyn as she meets a second year Cinematic Arts student, Ruairi Kelly, and final year Sports, Physical Activity & Health student, Ciara Murphy, and investigates the differences and similiarities between school and university, and how to survive the transition between the two.