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Royal opening for Ulster University’s Belfast campus development

26 April 2016

Royal opening for Ulster University’s Belfast campus development

Ulster University’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Paddy Nixon, with Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal and Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Alastair Adair

Royal visit Ulster University’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Paddy Nixon, with Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal and Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Alastair Adair

Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal has officially opened Phase One of Ulster University's Belfast campus development.

Ulster University is transforming higher education in the heart of the city with an investment of  £250 million to create a dynamic state-of-the-art teaching, learning and research environment. Due for completion in 2018, the campus will provide a space for academia, industry and local communities to collaborate and thrive. 

The Royal Visitor toured the modern building and met with students from Ulster University's Belfast School of Art who showcased their creative skills in silversmithing, fine art and ceramics.


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