Information for Students

Find out how we will support and guide you this year.

Ways of learning

With strong progress on vaccination programmes, continued low case numbers and relaxation of public health measures, at this stage we anticipate that Semester One 2021/22 will see a full return to campus for teaching.

We will build on many of our shared experiences and successes, making full use of the innovation and opportunity that blended learning brought to us all this year.

We keep our teaching delivery under review, in line with NI Executive guidance.

Whether you are returning to your studies with us, or joining us for the first time, visit our student guide to learn more about University life and your campus learning experience, as further details are confirmed for our 2021/22 academic year.

Student Wellbeing and support

Across study, retail, hospitality, leisure and so many aspects of life, we understand that this may still be an anxious and unsettling time for some in our University community.

As always, our Student Wellbeing team is on hand with support as you return to your studies or join us for the first time.

You can be reassured there is plenty of help available for you, academically and personally to ensure that you make the most of all that University life has to offer.


Since March 2020, we’ve introduced protective measures and requirements in our student accommodation so that our residents are safe and comfortable in our residences.

Comprehensive guidance is available at the Residents Life webpage and we take care to make sure that all students are warmly welcomed, fully supported and well settled in your home from home.

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