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Northern Ireland Sickness Absence Rate Reaches Eight Year High

A new report by Ulster University Economic Policy Centre (UUEPC) comparing and analysing sickness absence across the UK, to better understand the impact for businesses, has found that in 2022, Northern Ireland experienced its highest sickness absence rate since 2015.

Graduate Female Artists Art Exhibition from Ulster University

The upcoming art exhibition in London, titled 'Visions of the Future,' promises to showcase the perspectives and talents of a new generation of female artists from Ulster University.

Student Jahswill Emmanuel recognised for work in addressing racial violence in Northern Ireland

Jahswill is founder of charity Multi-Ethnic Sports and Cultures NI (MSCNI) and has received many recent awards for his ongoing voluntary work.

Major AI Summit to Explore the Future of Education set to Return to Derry~Londonderry Following Success of Inaugural Summit in September

GenAIEdu 2024 to host International Experts to Explore the Future of AI for the Education Sector and Prepare the Region for Successful Adoption.

Economic Outlook Reveals Northern Ireland’s Economy Stuck in Second Gear

As we enter the new year, economists at Ulster University reveal that Northern Ireland’s economic outlook is stuck in second gear, as forecasts show subdued growth this year before increasing in 2025.

Ulster University hosts prestigious European Parliament John Hume exhibition

To mark twenty-fifth anniversary of Belfast Good Friday Agreement and Hume’s historic Nobel Peace Prize.

Professor Declan Keeney represents Ulster Screen Academy at this year’s TEDxStormont event

This year's TEDxStormont event convened a diverse group of speakers, with Professor Declan Keeney outlining the wealth of opportunities in the creative industries for young people in Northern Ireland.

Memorandum of Understanding Strengthens Collaboration Between Ulster University and Atlantic Technological University

Agreement Officially launched by Minister Simon Harris TD at ATU Donegal, Letterkenny.

Ulster University City Centre Campus set to host Belfast Summit 2024

Taking place at the Belfast campus, the summit will explore how Belfast can become Europe’s leading small city to live, work, and visit.

Ulster University Set to Welcome Future Filmmakers as part of Belfast’s RENDR Festival

An epic line-up of industry leaders from Netflix, Pixar and Sony Pictures Imageworks are amongst the key speakers representing film, TV and gaming talent at RENDR.

Ulster University Inspires Future Female Leaders from the SistersIN Programme

Ulster University supports the SistersIN Leadership Programme, a regional initiative providing a developmental journey for sixth form girls to enhance confidence and broaden career ambitions.