School of Engineering based at Jordanstown
The School of Engineering at Ulster University specialises in a broad multi-disciplinary approach to Engineering in Education, Research and applying both in solving industrial problems.
The School of Engineering based at the Jordanstown* campus specialises in a broad multi-disciplinary approach to Engineering in both Education and Research; and its application in solving real-world industry related problems.
We have a variety of study options to choose from; our courses provide students with a strong aptitude for analysing and solving problems using practical scientific, mathematical and engineering skills. Some courses incorporate a Master degree.
The School has a strong focus on learning and teaching, with several members of the teaching team achieving Senior and Principal Fellow level within the UK's Higher Education Academy.
Many of our courses enjoy a higher than average rate of student satisfaction. Opportunities exist for undergraduates to get involved with the engineering professional bodies and international projects such as Formula Student.
Student employability is of utmost importance. Students are involved with industrial projects and competitions during their time at Ulster.
Core teaching competencies
The School has core teaching competencies at undergraduate level in the areas of: Biomedical Engineering; Electronic Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Mechatronic Engineering; Engineering Management; and Technology with Design. At postgraduate level courses are available in Advanced Composites and Polymers; Biomedical Engineering; and Manufacturing Management.
Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and/or Institution of Mechanical Engineering (IMechE) - allowing our graduates to achieve Chartered Engineer (CEng) status with the Engineering Council.
The School of Engineering is a holder of a Bronze Athena Swan award.