About the School of Arts and Humanities
Learn more about the School of Arts and Humanities at Ulster.
The School of Arts and Humanities offers a rich variety of teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level
At Ulster we use a range of innovative and cutting-edge resources and facilities to support your learning as part of your studies with us.
All of our courses which are based on our Magee, Coleraine and Belfast campuses, involve research-led teaching and world-class facilties.
These include performance spaces, highly specified digital studios and Apple accredited computer labs which provide an environment for students to explore their creativity.
We are committed to innovative learning and teaching, and want to help students make the most out of their time here at Ulster University.
Our lecturers and professors have both national and international reputations as scholars in their chosen fields.
They are encouraged to support students in any way they can in order to enhance their experience.
There has never been a better, more exciting time to be part of the School of Arts and Humanities. Student satisfaction is high, as evidenced in the National Student Survey (NSS), and our research is of world-leading quality, as evidenced in REF2014.
Our links with key practitioners and organisations in a variety of industries ensure our provision is informed by current demands and our graduates are much sought after.
Creative Arts Showcase
Ulster University's Creative Arts Showcase in Derry-Londonderry showcases and celebrates the creative talents of students from the Magee campus.