Covid-19 Tracker

Tracker for Northern Ireland using data from the Department of Health, the Health Surveillance Protection Centre, John Hopkins University, Google, and Apple.

Academic Year 20/21

We understand that the current circumstances and Government restrictions bring uncertainty for our returning students, our staff and those students planning to join us next semester.

We have begun to plan towards a longer horizon, as we re-imagine University life alongside the pandemic.

Our Target Operating Plan outlines how we at Ulster are working meticulously towards full campus operations within NI government guidelines and with the health and safety of staff, students and the wider community as the priority.

Read more about our approach to the incoming year 

Information for Applicants

Ulster University is dedicated to providing all of our applicants with the support and advice you need to make an informed decision about studying with us in September 2020 and beyond.

Fighting COVID-19

Ulster University experts are tackling the Covid-19 pandemic from every angle, and leveraging global partnership networks to support the local, national and international response.

Information for Students

Here you will find support and guidance for our students, as well as answers to the most commonly asked questions. 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.

Information for Staff

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.