Why choose Ulster University?
The Ulster University is a great place to study, especially if you intend to use your degree as a stepping stone onto further employment. With over 2,000 work placements each year, Ulster students become highly employable graduates with 94% starting their career or further study within six months of graduation.
If you visit the university’s website, you will be able to find more details about the extensive range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered in arts, business, engineering, IT, life and health sciences, management, and social sciences, which are offered at this Northern Irish seat of learning. The courses are notable for their strong vocational content, the greatest percentage of them including a period of professional or industrial placement.
The university enjoys a well-deserved reputation for the excellence of its research. In the REF 2021, 97% of Ulster’s research was judged as having ‘outstanding’ or ‘very considerable impacts’ in terms of reach and significance.
These vary slightly depending on which course you choose to follow. Make sure you check the Ulster University’s online prospectus to ensure you have the relevant qualifications. If you are applying for a postgraduate degree, then make sure that you have a Bachelor’s degree in the appropriate subject.
All tuition at the Ulster University is in English, and the university requires a minimum English language level in order to be accepted onto one of their courses. Please check the university’s English language requirements page for more information.
The University’s Centre for English Language Teaching (CELT) offers courses designed to prepare international students for study at the university. For more information, please visit CELT – Ulster University Departments.
How to Apply
You can apply to Ulster University directly, through UCAS, or through approved agencies such as ourselves.
If you would like our help, please fill out the form below and we will contact you shortly. The next step will be to select the course you wish to study at the Ulster University. When you have done this, you will need to write a personal statement and find someone who is willing to be your referee. The final step, before submitting your admission, will be to pay your application fee.