We are seven schools committed to improving quality of life by addressing some of the most important issues of our time including climate change, sustainability, peace building, poverty, and helping others by creating healthy and active societies.
Offering a range of healthcare, scientific and technical professions undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
Help address challenges of the 21st Century by studying our innovative courses.
Learn from professionally qualified staff in state of the art facilities along with a close working relationship with professional bodies and rewarding placements.
With our innovative teaching and vibrant research culture, Ulster University is the best place to study nursing.
Marrying modern and innovative teaching with state of the art facilities, helping you to work as a pharmacist in today's changing health service.
Offering flexible and interesting courses, we work in partnership with our students to ensure that our courses benefit our students to the fullest.
Study of the biological mechanisms associated with cancer, diabetes, heart disease, blindness and various diseases associated with the ageing population.
Addressing regional and international challenges and impacts in the 21st Century.
Enhancing the knowledge, expertise and engaged scholarship of nursing, midwifery, public health and allied health professions research.
Research across three main themes of research in 'Mental health', 'Children, Young People and Schools', 'Health and Ageing'.
Whether improving the quality of life or the quality of our environment, life and health science students really do make a difference. Well-established links with government agencies, public bodies, and the private sector, play an important role in the design of our high-quality provision.
As a leading provider of health-related education, with almost 6,500 students and approximately 250 academic staff, we offer an extensive portfolio of accredited degree and research programmes covering seven exciting yet diverse disciplines.