About Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment
The Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment consists of four Schools, offering industry-informed, professionally recognised courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
- School of Engineering
- School of Computing
- School of Computing, Engineering and Intelligent Systems
- Belfast School of Architecture and the Built Environment
The Faculty has developed strong industry partnerships in both teaching and research, which has helped to foster excellent employment opportunities for our graduates. Most of our courses have a placement year, providing our graduates with an additional diploma, which has proven to be invaluable in helping graduates to secure professional employment locally, nationally, and globally. There is also opportunity for PhD study.
Extra curriculum opportunities
Sponsored scholarships and prizes further demonstrate the relevance of our courses and the quality of our students. Numerous opportunities for personal development exist, and include for example, the University’s own EDGE Award, Tutoring in Schools, mentoring and class representation, STEM Ambassadorships, Athena Swan Champions, Peer-mentoring and Widening Access Partnerships.
There has never been a better time to undertake study in computing, engineering and the built environment at Ulster University.
We hope to welcome you into the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment!