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Ulster University Business School Skills Courses Help Reignite Futures

Over 300 people have benefitted from free online business related courses delivered by Ulster University Business School

14 April 2021

Future Screens NI launch mentoring programme ‘Future Foundation’ for the creative sector in Northern Ireland

The Future Foundation will support artists and creative freelancers within the creative and cultural sector in NI.

2 April 2021

Ulster University Business School Publish New Podcast on Skills and Economic Recovery with Economy Minister Diane Dodds

Ulster University Business School (UUBS) has published a special podcast episode examining the critical importance of skill-building and innovation in powering Northern Ireland’s rebuilding agenda.

1 April 2021

'Back to the start-up' report launched by FSB NI and Ulster University Business School

The report reviews existing support for business creation in Northern Ireland

23 March 2021

CAIN future secured as a live archive

Ulster University has confirmed that its highly regarded CAIN archive will be retained as a live and curated archive, made possible by support from Initiatives of Change. The funding follows a consultation in 2019 and comprehensive efforts by the

17 February 2021

Ulster academic appointed Editor-in-Chief of international Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma

Dr Dominic McSherry, Reader in Psychology at Ulster University’s School of Psychology and Institute of Mental Health Sciences has been appointed Editor-in-Chief of the international Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma (JCAT).

3 February 2021

Health, Equality and the Economy

Report by a cross disciplinary team at Ulster University to support the future of healthcare

9 December 2020

Ulster University Business School supports regional upskilling and reskilling with funded online courses

The online business related courses will upskill and retrain individuals impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic

30 November 2020

Survey shows Covid-19 restrictions could have long-term impact on children’s play and development

Children and young people in NI have been significantly affected by lockdown restrictions

20 November 2020

Ulster University Business School Welcomes First Cohort of FinTech Apprentices

Ulster University Business School (UUBS) has welcomed the first cohort of new apprentices to its pioneering Financial Technology Higher Level Apprenticeship degree – an innovative programme co-created with industry to strengthen Northern

27 October 2020

Student mental health study receives funding boost on COVID-19 impact

The Student Psychological Intervention Trial (SPIT) has received additional funding of almost £20,000

9 October 2020

Key ‘Troubles’ Documents now available online through National Archives of Ireland partnership with CAIN

960 documents added to the Conflict Archive on the INternet (CAIN) website

30 July 2020

Secure the next generation of FinTech talent through Ulster University Business School

New innovative degree apprenticeship to recruit skilled financial technology graduates

10 July 2020

Researchers develop new Mental Health App to support people during COVID-19 and beyond

Developed by researchers from Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) and Ulster University, the app is available for use 24/7

7 July 2020

Ulster University launches free online courses for workers affected by COVID-19

The online courses will upskill and retrain people whose jobs have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic

6 July 2020

Local Universities and AWARE tackle mental health in the workplace

Innovative pilot project to explore the link between mental health training and improvements in wellbeing in the workplace

18 May 2020