The London campus is situated in Holborn and is split across two buildings on Rosebery Avenue – academic teaching building and the Student Hub. The campus offers pre-masters, undergraduate and postgraduate. Undergraduate courses are offered in Accounting with Management and Computing Systems. Popular postgraduate courses offered includes MSc International Business, MSc International Business with Human Resource Management, MSc Marketing, MSc Strategic Accounting.
The Birmingham campus is in the Centre City Building close to the New Street Rail station. It offers a wide range of pre-master’s courses in International Business with Data Analytics, Human Resource Management, Marketing etc. Postgraduate courses include MBA programs, MSc in International Business with Data Analytics, Human Resource Management, Marketing etc. With a student population of over 65,000, Birmingham offers a chance to experience true multiculturalism and diversity.
Apart from London and Birmingham, Ulster University is spread across four campus in Northern Ireland, namely, Belfast, Coleraine, Derry (Magee College), and Jordanstown. Reputed as a dynamic and innovative institute of international repute, the university is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities, Universities UK, Universities Ireland, and the European University Association.
The University traces its history to the New University of Ulster established in 1968. It merged with Ulster Polytechnic in 1984 and was finally rechristened as Ulster University in October 2014.
Located in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter, The Belfast campus is the university’s the artistic and cultural hub. The Coleraine campus located on the banks of the Bann river. Jordanstown campus is the largest amongst the four campus and is home to the Sports Institute of Northern Ireland. Courses offered includes business, engineering, construction, social sciences, communication and coaching of sport. Magee College in Derry houses the Intelligent Systems Research Centre, the Foyle Arts Building and a Centre for Engineering and Renewable Energy.