Student Guide The Student Guide

The Student Guide

With over 25,000 students across four distinct campuses, there’s always plenty happening at Ulster University.

Take some time and browse our student guide where you will find information, tools and events to help you stay connected and get the support you need.

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If you need advice about your student record, student finance or completing forms that require official university approval, Registry can offer you support and guidance.

If you are unsure about the service you need, contact Registry and we will ensure your question gets answered.

The Fees Office can support you with any queries regarding your tuition fees from setting up a payment plan to dealing with sponsor letters and much more.


The Information Services Department are your IT gurus and will support you with all your technical needs, from advice regarding technology for online learning to support with University systems.

Library services provide resources to support learning, teaching and research.

The team will assist you with ebooks as well as guide you on library opening times.

Student Wellbeing provide a range of services to support you during your studies to include mental health and wellbeing, disability, counselling and a sexual health clinic.

Contact us if you need support, our friendly team will provide guidance and support.

Employability services provide a range of courses designed with your career in mind, with most developed in partnership with employers to ensure the skills, knowledge and experience you gain match the needs of your chosen profession.

Contact us for more information on how we can support you.

ResLife can provide you with the information you need on the location, quality and price of accommodation across the campuses.

Information is available on the services provided and the range of support, activities and events available to residential students.

The sports centres offer world class facilities that are open all year round. We offer a range of classes and a competitive membership fee.

Get in touch to find out more about what we have to offer.

Estates services can guide you on car parking enquiries, access control as well as providing a safezone app for your safety on campus.

Think of the Students’ Union as your university family! Led by student officers, UUSU ensures that you are represented. We offer a helping hand whenever you might need us and we bring fun and frolics to your student experience.

You are automatically a member so go get involved at

The Doctoral College supports PhD Researchers navigate the registration and enrolment process at Ulster and we can answer any queries you may have.

We can guide your through our online PhD Management System (PhD Manager) and help you engage with the many Researcher Development Programme (RDP) training sessions that we offer.

Study abroad allows you to undertake part of your undergraduate degree outside of the UK at one of our exchange partner universities.

Our Student Charter explains what you can expect from the University and what we expect of our students.

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