We are actively responding to the evolving situation and updating regularly with latest guidance for applicants, students and staff.
Covid-19 : Steps to take for staff and students
On-Campus Asymptomatic Testing
Ulster University students and staff are invited to participate in the scheme and book an asymptomatic test.
This simple process is a step you can take to look after yourself and those close to you, providing additional reassurance and confidence for you and your family.
Find out how we will support and guide you this year. If you don’t find the answer to your query, you can contact us using the enquiry form or request a call back, and we’ll be happy to respond personally.
Here you will find additional information for staff and PhD researchers including guidance on access for home working and details of how the University will support colleagues with caring responsibilities and family commitments or dependencies arising from COVID-19.
Academic Year 20/21
When our first semester gets underway on 21 September, we will welcome our University community back to a different, but rich and rewarding, blended learning environment. Alongside continued online delivery, some on-campus activities will take place, based on a robust risk assessment, with priority given to using campus spaces for practice-based learning activities, including lab and studio work.
Our primary concern is the physical and mental health, safety and wellbeing of our students, staff, their families and the wider community. Nothing is more important.
Our preparations are informed by the progress and pace of the NI Executive’s phased roadmap to recovery and we will ready to respond flexibly to any changes in public health guidance.
Whilst initially we may not all be together on campus as we once were, you will still be very much part of a vibrant Ulster University community of staff and students as our 2020/21 academic year gets underway.