Ulster University News

'Bad Bridget’ podcast reveals stories of criminal and deviant Irish Women in North America

A new five-episode podcast series exploring the history and stories of criminal and deviant Irish women in North America from 1838-1918 has been launched by Queen's University Belfast and Ulster University.

10 December 2020

‘Art Unwrapped’ special exhibition goes online with a Christmas gift to the City of Belfast

Ulster University, National Museums NI and Belfast City Council have joined forces for the third year in a row to deliver ‘Art Unwrapped’.

9 December 2020

Health, Equality and the Economy

Report by a cross disciplinary team at Ulster University to support the future of healthcare

9 December 2020

Choice Housing Scholarships Supporting Ulster University Students

Three Ulster University students have received Scholarships from Choice Housing, one of the largest independent housing associations in Northern Ireland.

8 December 2020

Entrepreneur with Donegal roots supports Medical Education Scholarships with $100,000 donation

Ulster University is proud to launch new Medical Education Scholarships which will ensure equality of access for aspiring medical students in the North West.

1 December 2020

Ulster University Business School supports regional upskilling and reskilling with funded online courses

The online business related courses will upskill and retrain individuals impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic

30 November 2020

Unification referendums on the island of Ireland: Interim report

Referendums on the future of the island of Ireland should only be held with a clear plan for what follows. This is a key conclusion of the interim report from the Working Group on Unification Referendums on the Island of Ireland, established by the

27 November 2020

Ulster University AI Expert Helps People to Communicate Following Brain Injuries as part of £20m UK Government Investment in AI

Professor Damien Coyle awarded prestigious Turing AI Acceleration Fellowship

27 November 2020

Ulster University and Belfast City Council join forces to tackle the climate change emergency

Ulster University and Belfast City Council have come together in a research partnership to make a practical and tangible impact on the climate change emergency.

26 November 2020