Choose modules from a range of subjects on our Study Abroad programme.
Join us for a full academic year from mid-September to the end of May or for Semester One (September to January) or Semester Two (January to May).
At Ulster we call the individual subjects that you will study modules. They are sometimes called classes or courses at other universities.
You will be required to undertake three 20 UK credit modules per semester which is equal to 60 UK credits or 120 credits for the full academic year.
Please note: A 20 UK credit module is worth 10 ECTS credits or 5 US credits.
You may choose modules from a range of subjects or take a more focused approach by choosing to specialise in a specific area, the choice is yours.
Depending on the terms of our agreement with your home institution you may be restricted to a specific subject area. If you would like to take modules outside your subject area, you must get permission from your home institution.
Select six modules in order of preference per semester from our subject list by campus (you will only be required to enrol for three):
By clicking on the module title you can check if your module is available on the correct campus, semester, academic year and at the appropriate level of study as indicated below:
We recommend you select Level 4 or Level 5 modules to ensure you have the best experience at Ulster
*If you are a Postgraduate student contact your Study Adviser for further information on what modules you can study.
Complete our Module Request Form when you have selected your six modules per semester (module code and title required). Your module selection will be confirmed in early September once timetables are published and you will be required to complete online enrolment before 16 September.
Important: Due to class size restrictions, places on modules are not guaranteed for any student at Ulster but are allocated on a first-come, first served basis. It is recommended that you are prepared to be flexible with module selection. All selected modules must be on the same campus as it is not possible to study across all our campuses.