Ulster University News

From lecture theatre to press office: How Ulster graduate entered the world of politics

Alexander Slaine graduates with a degree in Communication, Advertising and Marketing

24 July 2020

First Class Honours for Magee student returning to Ulster for PhD

Courtney Gallagher graduates with first class honours in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

23 July 2020

Masters student completes her degree while working on the frontline during the pandemic

Jasmine Neil graduates this summer with an MSc in Human Nutrition

23 July 2020

Ulster University student graduates after inspiring career change to support growing family

Damien Magee graduates with a BSc Diagnostic Radiography and Imaging

23 July 2020

Ulster University graduate tackles health issues and advocates for young people with arthritis

Zahra Baz graduates this summer with a BSc in Journalism with Education

23 July 2020

Karate star striking for success after graduation

Sport, Physical Activity and Health student, Geri Friel graduates with first class honours

22 July 2020

First Class Honours for First Graduate in the family

Wallace Bruce graduates with first class honours in Media Studies and Production

22 July 2020

Ulster University graduate overcomes cancer and hopes to help others facing difficulties

Shannon Grant graduates this summer with a BSc in Social Policy

22 July 2020

Award winning chef Callum Irwin adds first class honours degree to his list of accolades

Culinary Arts Management student Callum Irwin graduates this summer

22 July 2020

Ulster University professor receives prestigious Nursing Fellowship

Professor McIlfatrick is the only RCN member from Northern Ireland to receive the Fellowship this year

16 July 2020

Secure the next generation of FinTech talent through Ulster University Business School

New innovative degree apprenticeship to recruit skilled financial technology graduates

10 July 2020

Parents in NI find supporting children’s learning and well-being from home difficult, new report finds

Parents from across Northern Ireland with children in primary, post-primary and special schools overwhelmingly found supporting their children’s learning from home and well-being challenging and difficult during lockdown.

9 July 2020

Ulster Researchers support the response to COVID-19

As a university, Ulster University experts are tackling the Covid-19 pandemic from every angle, with our researchers working on a number of COVID-19 related studies, from the physical study of the virus itself, to the implications of societal

7 July 2020

Researchers develop new Mental Health App to support people during COVID-19 and beyond

Developed by researchers from Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) and Ulster University, the app is available for use 24/7

7 July 2020