Download the StopCOVID NI App

Developed by the Department of Health, the Northern Ireland STOPCOVID NI app helps to speed up the process to identify people at risk of catching the virus and slow down its spread. Using the app along with existing public health measures will help the public to stay safe when they meet up, socialise, work or travel.

You can play your part in controlling the risk of a second wave of the virus by downloading the StopCOVID NI app from Google Play or Apple AppStore and enabling Bluetooth on your smartphone.

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Academic Year 2020/21

Information related to the Academic Year 2020/21 for Staff at Ulster University.

Supporting the Safe return to Campus

As we look forward to the incoming academic year, the health and wellbeing of our staff, students, families and the wider community is our top priority. We are working hard to keep you safe.

Access and Return to Campus

As we prepare for the safe, phased return of staff to campus, in line with our Target Operating Plan, we have put in place processes, resources and guidelines to enable and support this transition.

Employment and Recruitment

Here you will find useful information for you as an employee, about pay day and annual leave, as well as guidance on recruitment activities during this time.

Library Services

Information on library services and resources and user guidance

PhD Researchers

Here you will find information for PhD researchers, including PhD submission and examination, continuing your work and funding.

Remote Teaching

Here you will find information for staff as the University moves to exclusively provide teaching and support for students through digital channels.

Research Community

Here you will find information and guidelines for Ulster’s research community, including PhD researchers.

Home Working

Advice and guidance to help you work from home.