Ulster University News

Heron Bros Launch Medical School Scholarships to Support Ulster University Students and Healthcare in the North West

Ahead of the very first intake of medical students to the new School of Medicine, due to open at Ulster University’s Magee campus this August, Heron Bros have kindly pledged to support the careers of two future doctors.

8 June 2021

Professor Grainne McKeever appointed Chair of Discretionary Support Review

The expert panel will review the Discretionary Support scheme which provides financial support to individuals in crisis situations.

7 June 2021

Outworker Recordings – A new record label for Ulster University

Outworker Recordings is a brand-new record label that will showcase the innovative and wild music made by students, staff and alumni of Ulster University.

4 June 2021

Teaming up to tackle Food Poverty in North Belfast

Ulster University’s Culinary Arts students, Social Justice Hub and the Law Clinic have partnered with the North Belfast Advice Partnership, which runs the North Belfast Food Bank and Lower North Belfast Family Support Hub, to tackle

3 June 2021

Business Leaders Appointed as New Visiting Professors at Ulster University Business School

Ulster University Business School (UUBS) has announced the appointment of four new Visiting Professors.

3 June 2021

The New Ulster University Belfast Campus by Numbers

With the new campus set to begin welcoming staff and students from September (Covid restrictions permitting), the University is lifting the lid on the architecture of the landmark new development and offering a peek inside in the form of the

2 June 2021

Ulster University staff and students celebrated International Nurses’ Day 2021

International Nurses’ Day, on 12th May 2021, was celebrated wholeheartedly by Ulster University staff and students. The sun was shining as colleagues and students took up the challenge of completing a 5k walk/run/cycle to both celebrate the day

28 May 2021

President Michael D Higgins and US Congressman Brendan Boyle to speak on ‘Heritage, Healing and Home’ at an international conference hosted from Ulster University Magee

Politicians, academics and writers from across the globe will discuss ‘Heritage, Healing and Home’ at the American Conference for Irish Studies 2021 which is to be broadcast from Magee in Derry on 2 – 5 June 2021.

28 May 2021