Subject Specific Opportunities
Students will bring a traditional music session to a different campus each Wednesday lunchtime. The aim is to showcase the quality of traditional music performance here at Ulster and to offer an opportunity for staff and students based at every campus to participate in this activity.
This module is taken by Year 2 Architectural Technology students at the Jordanstown campus. It includes activities which are aimed at enhancing students employability skills and preparing them for the world of work.
This Partnership delivers a week long environmental training programme to equip students with key skills for the environmental industry.
1st and 2nd year Students will be encouraged to develop a portfolio of writing on various social media platforms which demonstrates their skills in creative and critical writing.
This activity is open to Construction Engineering & Management students and is achieved through completing twenty hours of engagement with your course team initiatives and meetings with your academic mentor.
All students registered on the Communications Advertising and Marketing and Communication Management and Public Relations degrees are eligible for student membership of the CIPR.
Introduction to Investment Foundation Level Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment (CISI) Certificate.
Students will help with the collation of data onto paper maps which will be converted into a GIS geospatial database.
The workshop approach to the delivery of this learning session will develop your ability to operate and manage effectively in a multicultural working environment.
Contribute to the organisation, running and administration of a society for English students interested in creative writing.
This seven-week programme has been developed for Art students to gain a unique insight into artist practices, contexts and exhibition curatorship in a range of professional settings.
Open to final years in the School of Geography and Environmental Sciences.
Students are provided with a brief memorandum on a legal matter which they must research. They must also engage with client care directions provided by the Law Society of NI.
Student(s) will prepare materials for training and engage with other students in preparation for participation in external Moot Court competitions on behalf of Ulster University.
Only open to following courses: BSc Com, Ad and Marketing and BDEs Graphic Design and Illustration. Students from the School of Communication and School of Art and Design form cross-disciplinary teams, are assigned to a mentor ad agency.
There are two main initiatives to this project both involving young people in contact with the criminal justice system and social work students from the Magee campus.
This activity is open to sports and psychology students. This activity will enable up to four 2nd year students accrue a minimum of 20 hours’ work experience in a physical activity/exercise research laboratory.
This is an enrichment activity taken by Year 2 HTM students at Belfast and Coleraine campuses. It aims to: enhance students’ knowledge and understanding of the work environment and provide them with the opportunity to develop employability skills.
Students of the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences will engage in outreach activities, which will assist in promotion of the programmes within the school and in informing prospective students and their parents and teachers to help them make the choice to study on one of the programmes within the school.
'Student Buddies' will receive training in peer-mentoring and will hold (usually one-hour) support sessions with individual students from the year-group below them who have been identified, or who have self-identified, as needing/benefitting from mentoring and support.
Stratified Medicine are involved with marketing and a two day event being held as part of the NI Science Festival at Foyle Arena, Londonderry.
The Student Leadership Team is a student-driven initiative aimed to enhance the relationship between students and staff through working together on various sporting initiatives, whilst increasing the overall student experience and the successes of the School of Sport.
In computing, local companies are eager to deliver guest lectures to students on a range of software and technology topics and this has been ongoing at module level over a number of years.
Developing enterprise capacity via membership of the Ulster University Ensemble which enhances enterprise skills and develops commercial awareness for freelance work.
Development of a paper CV with a complimentary video CV Students are required to develop a paper CV (no longer than two pages) and a complimentary video CV (less than 120 seconds).
Facilitate 2 hour welcome and induction workshop with new students in Week 1 as part of the induction schedule; Facilitate 1 hour slot around belonging and challenges of settling in with new First Years in Week 6-8.