We have invested over £263 million across our four campuses to ensure our facilities provide the best learning experience for our students.
The Belfast campus is situated in the artistic and cultural centre of the city, the Cathedral Quarter.
Although traditionally associated with art, the campus spans an increasing and exciting range of subjects including architecture, hospitality, event management, photography and digital animation.
Our new Belfast campus – one of the largest higher education capital builds in Europe – is transforming higher education in the city, creating a dynamic teaching and learning environment.
When complete, it will include an assortment of modern, state-of-the-art facilities for the wide range of different learning, teaching, innovation and research activities that our staff and students undertake.
I love the tranquility, clean and spacious spaces and the modern infrastructure of the Belfast Campus.
Luz Ayda Gomez Duran - Student - MSc Peace and Conflict Studies, Colombia
The feeling of community at our Coleraine campus makes for a warm and welcoming student experience.The campus is home to the Riverside Theatre, a state-of-the art sports complex, the only on-campus BBC production studio anywhere in the world and Northern Ireland’s first Enterprise
Given its geographical location, it is very much a destination campus with a wealth of natural assets on our doorstep. The self-contained campus community creates a warm and welcoming student experience.
Coleraine is a unique place to study. I love the taste of localness and there are many opportunities to mingle with local people.
Haruka Murayama - Student - Japan - MA TESOL
Jordanstown is the largest of Ulster’s campuses, located just seven miles north of Belfast.
The campus has a strong profile in computing, built environment, business, engineering, social sciences, communication and academic disciplines relating to the science and coaching of sport. Sport plays a significant part in the life of the campus which is home to the Sports Institute of Northern Ireland (SINI).
Home to a wide range of purpose-built engineering facilities, a world-class sports centre and a financial innovation laboratory, it is renowned for world-leading research and teaching across a wide range of programmes.
Many students starting their degree at Jordanstown in 2019 will complete their course in the new Belfast campus.
What I love about the Jordanstown Campus is that everything is contained in one building including the excellent sporting facilities and Belfast is only a short commute.
Katherine Brooks - Student - United States - ISEP
The friendly village atmosphere of our Magee campus offers an intimate learning environment in the heart of Northern Ireland’s second city, Derry~Londonderry.
Located in the North West of Northern Ireland and a short distance from County Donegal, Derry~Londonderry is ideally situated for exploring some of Ireland’s most dramatic landscapes.
Ongoing investment has provided state-of-the-art teaching, research and support facilities for students and staff.
Alongside refurbished sports facilities, we have recently opened an exceptional new Learning and Teaching space which represents a major investment in world-class teaching provision, significantly enhances the student experience at Magee and underpins the University’s commitment to developing the campus.
The friendly village atmosphere of our Magee campus offers an intimate learning environment in the heart of Northern Ireland's second city, Derry-Londonderry.
Amanda Spikol - Student - Research