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Welcome to your country's information page. Here, you'll find relevant information for your country to help you make an application to one of our degree programmes, including entry requirements, Ulster University's events near you and even contact information for our local representatives in your country. I'm here to help you with any questions you may have about studying at Ulster University. Why not check if we're visiting your country soon for an event, or feel free to contact me via the channels below.
Yi Yang Tsai - BEng Civil EngineeringThe reason why I chose Ulster University is that it has a strong link with Taipei Tech, this gave me the opportunity to study at Ulster. Through studying at Ulster University I have improved my English ability and it has broadened my horizons.
Victoria Novak - BSc Hons Criminology and Criminal JusticeI am studying Criminology and Criminal Justice at Ulster University and for me the course is perfect as it focuses on how crime works in this society and how it effects everyone. Life in Northern Ireland is so much fun. Everyone is very welcoming and helps with any problems that I may have. It s a small city compared to Taiwan but everyone knows each other which is so warming.
Szu-Yi Liao - MSc International Tourism DevelopmentThe lectures are very helpful where you learn to do quick thinking. I still keep in touch with my old class mates. The Northern Irish people are really friendly.
Professor Stenver Lin - PhD RadiologyUlster University has very enhanced independent learning. I strongly recommend my students to go abroad to broaden their vision to get new motivation. I tell them that when studying at Ulster University, they will receive an abundance of knowledge, new experiences and strong technology to enhance their life.
Hung-Yu Pan - MA Peace and Conflict StudiesI chose to study Peace and Conflict studies at Ulster University at the INCORE study centre at the Magee Campus in Derry had a very good reputation. After studying at Ulster University it really helped me within my own work, allowing me to talk to people about peace related issues within my country.
Professor Chein Huei Kao - PhD Health Science of NursingI am currently the Director for the Department of Nursing-midwifery and Women's Heath at NTUNHS. I studied at Ulster University for 3 years and it was a very happy time. Ulster is very good for study, not only in academic work but it also shows you how to be a good teacher.
Hanson Wang - MSc MarketingI currently work for E Ink as the Deputy Director within the Product Management Division and I graduated from Ulster University in 2005. Myself and my wife decided to study at Ulster University as they ranked highest compared to other Universities. The marketing course is very comprehensive and the course helped me very much in my job. It was a very good experience for the both of us.
Dr Sonia Chen - MSc Business Development & InnovationI studied at Ulster University in 2010. I am now currently a guest lecturer at different Universities and also an entrepreneur in smart technology products. The lecturers and people are really friendly and I made lots of international friends where I experienced different cultures. My experience at Ulster University was fantastic.
Dr Judy Wu - MA TESOLI studied TESOL at Ulster University in 1999 and the reason why I chose Ulster University at that time, was the course was very unique. Only Ulster University had teaching practice in Hungary where no other Universities provided that in the UK.
Chi Wei Liu - MSc MarketingI completed my Masters degree in Marketing at Ulster University in 2001. Northern Ireland was beyond my imagination. The school gave us all aspects of support in study and life.
Anthony Hiseh - MBAI studied an MBA at Ulster University in 2003. For the past 15 years I have worked at the Chang Gung Medical Foundation Centre as an Administrative Officer. I believe that with my UK degree and my UK experience, it made me stand out and got me this job.
Each programme will have slightly different requirements, both in terms of overall points and certain subjects, so please check the relevant subject in the undergraduate on-line prospectus.
Normally Ulster University welcomes applications from students with:
|Junior College Diploma|
Meet our requirements for undergraduate courses?
Typically we require applicant for taught programmes to hold the equivalent of a UK first degree (usually in a relevant subject area). Please refer to the specific entry requirements for your chosen course of study as outlined in the online prospectus. We consider students who have good grades in the following:
|4 year Bachelor's Degree|
|Junior College Diploma followed by 2 year top up degree|
Meet our requirements for postgraduate courses?
Normally the minimum English language entry requirement is IELTS (academic) of 6.0 (with no band score of less than 5.5).
Some of our courses ask for a higher score.
If you do not meet the English language requirement we will give you a conditional offer subject to you meeting the requirement before the commencement of the course.
We accept a wide range of alternative English language examinations and tests
so please check the list of other accepted tests