Ulster University News - October 2021

NIAS and Teacher Education Universities launch “Lifesaver Ambassador Training Scheme”

The aim of the partnership is to create and deliver “Lifesaver Ambassador” training to student teachers

15 October 2021

Celebrating innovation in manufacturing

Northern Ireland Advanced Composites and Engineering Centre (NIACE) relaunched

15 October 2021

Graduate employers  need  digital soft skills, communication skills & technical  IT  related skills  from future workforce

Ulster University graduate employer survey gives unique insight into graduate labour market recruitment needs

14 October 2021

Deputy First Minister Launches Ulster University Partnership with MEGA to Provide Skills Pipeline to Ready NI for Industry 4.0

Ulster University is partnering with MEGA to provide Northern Ireland’s first degree level apprenticeship in Manufacturing & Engineering

11 October 2021

Ulster University and NIACRO release first-of-its-kind research into employers’ attitudes to recruiting those with criminal records

New research focusing on the attitudes of Northern Irish employers to recruiting those with criminal records

8 October 2021

Building a future-focused Northern Ireland

Ulster University is playing a leading role in ensuring Northern Ireland secures its future as a global hotbed for talent, expertise and research excellence

6 October 2021

Ground-Breaking Cancer Treatment Technology Startup StimOxyGen Named Overall Winner Of Invent 2021 Awards

One of Ulster University’s spin-off companies has been named overall winner of INVENT 2021

1 October 2021

Ulster University Belfast School of Art Grads in the Spotlight on new BBC One Fashion Challenge Series

Four promising local designers and Ulster University graduates go head-to-head in fashion and heritage challenge

1 October 2021