Before you submit an online application, you will need to confirm that your home university has a student exchange/study abroad agreement with us.

Important update for EEA nationals (excluding the Republic of Ireland)

For EEA nationals entering the UK on or after 01/01/21:

  • 1. Nomination

    Your home institution must send an email nomination on your behalf to

    Nominations must include the following:

    • Applicant's full name
    • E-mail address
    • Proposed length of stay (Semester 1, 2 or both)
    • Subject area
    • Level (Undergraduate or Postgraduate)
    • Transcript
  • 2. Invitation to Apply

    Once we receive your nomination e-mail and transcript, you will be invited to apply.

  • 3. Submit your Application

    Go to the online application portal.

    1.  Create a log in ID and password

    • the login ID must be unique to you and up to 9 characters
    • the PIN must be six numeric characters
    • remember these details as you will be able to save and return to your application as many times as you like before finally submitting it.

    2.  From the drop-down menu select the application type: Exchange/Study Abroad.

    3.  In the programme choice drop down menu select Erasmus or Study Abroad.

    4. Enter your campus, subject and semester of study. If you are an Erasmus student, you will need your home institution Erasmus code.

  • 4. Further Documentation

    Once we receive your application you will be asked to forward further documentation to as outlined below:


    To assess your application, your latest transcript is required from your home institution. This must include your current Grade Point Average (GPA) and modules (classes) completed to date.

    Our GPA requirement is 3.0 or equivalent.

    All transcripts submitted must be official and in English and include:

    • Name of your home institution/university
    • Name of your programme of study, course or major
    • List of all completed modules (courses) to date
    • GPA or equivalent

    Please note: If your original transcript is not in English, you must provide an official translation (stamped by an official translator).

    English Language Requirements

    All incoming students will need to provide proof of English Language proficiency using a test approved by Ulster, unless you are exempt.

    Any students requiring a Student Visa (EU nationals included) will have to meet the minimum English language requirements of CEFR B2 (in all four components) for degree level study.

    You must also meet the university’s English language requirements if these are higher. You can demonstrate that you meet the requirements using tests/qualifications that have been approved by the university.


    You are required to send a copy of your valid passport. Your passport will need to remain valid for the entirety of your stay plus 6 months.


    You will be required to send an e-portfolio clearly showing your practical experience in the areas you wish to study in, if you are hoping to study within the Belfast School of Art or Architecture.

  • 5. Acceptance


    You will receive an e-mail once your application has been accepted. Your acceptance e-mail will serve as an offer letter and should be printed for use at the UK border as proof of your intended studies at Ulster University.

    What you need to know

    Erasmus+ Students

    After the module selection has been confirmed to you, we ask that you send your Learning Agreement to your study adviser directly for signature.

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