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Zero carbon/low energy engineering to create sustainable, safe, healthy and comfortable internal building environments.
Year of entry: 2022/23
Architectural Technology is the technical side of architecture focusing on the science and performance aspects of building design.
UCAS code: K235
Year of entry: 2023/24
Architecture : The Best of Both Worlds - where science meets art.
UCAS code: K100
Architecture: The Best of Both Worlds - where science meets art.
Gain the skills to design and develop the next generation of Artificial Intelligence (Al) systems and services.
UCAS code: GA50
UCAS code: BH82
Combining engineering with medical sciences to design and create equipment, devices, computer systems and software.
UCAS code: BH81
The effective assessment and care of our built environment through a professionally informed approach.
UCAS code: K231
Civil Engineering at Ulster - Design and Build your future and the world around you.
Innovate and engineer your environment.
UCAS code: H200
This course provides a broad education in computer science with a particular focus on software systems development.
UCAS code: G401
UCAS code: G601
Computing@Ulster - empowering the graduates of tomorrow through excellence in teaching, research and technology transfer.
UCAS code: G400
UCAS code: G500
Combine computing with education to maximize your potential
UCAS code: G4X3
Shaping the future - Join us and learn how to build the world.
UCAS code: K220
This course offers students a broad engineering experience designed to suit the current needs for Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
UCAS code: H602
A wide-ranging course where you will develop a solid understanding of electronic practice, theory and industrial applications.
UCAS code: H601
This course offers students Mechanical Engineering with Enterprise development. Technical knowledge and business acumen.
UCAS code: H603
This course offers students Electronic Engineering with Enterprise development. Technical knowledge and business acumen.
Develop innovative solutions to energy challenges and gain the expertise to succeed in the thriving renewables industry.
UCAS code: H222
Engineering Management is for ambitious students who want to combine engineering know-how with business acumen.
UCAS code: H710
Engineering expertise with business acumen.
UCAS code: H712
Engineering know-how with business acumen.
Environmental Health professionals are at the forefront of designing and improving the public’s health and wellbeing.
UCAS code: B910
This course provides graduates with the skills and knowledge necessary to apply best practice within information systems in organisations.
UCAS code: G501
UCAS code: G450
Mechanical engineers design, create and analyse moving things, solving 21st century problems and shaping the next generation of technology.
UCAS code: H302
UCAS code: H300
UCAS code: HH38
Take your natural curiosity, combine it with your interest in Maths, Science or Technology and use your imagination to design and build the future.
UCAS code: HH37
Combining a wide range of industrial, electronic and mechanical engineering skills
UCAS code: H730
Combining a wide range of industrial, electronic and mechanical engineering skills.
Learn how to improve the places people work and live in for a sustainable future.
UCAS code: KK42
Give yourself a competitive advantage; join our exceptional team as your first step towards professional recognition and a diverse rewarding career.
UCAS code: K240
Build your future and help shape your city by studying Real Estate at Ulster and become a confident and forward thinking professional.
Create a more sustainable world with renewable energy engineering. Refine and rethink clean energy sources such as wind, biomass, solar, and hydro.
UCAS code: H221
UCAS code: G600
Enhancing creativity and innovation within engineering.
UCAS code: H1W2
An in-depth study of energy, building services, engineering, sustainability and management to help you shape the built environment of tomorrow.
Design your own degree pathway and progress part-time at a pace that best suits you, completing in 3, 4, 5 or 6 years.
This short course will develop your fundamental knowledge of concrete technology, with a focus on onsite practice.
This course provides a broad-based education in Information Technologies and produces graduates able to apply best practice in the use of IT systems.
With a broad programme of study, graduates have opportunities for employment in a range of engineering disciplines, from Electronic to Mechanical.