LocationLondon , Birmingham
Average FeesUG: £11,000,£16,500 ,
PM: £16,500 (London)
Ulster is a university with a national and international reputation for excellence, innovation and regional engagement. Their core business activities are teaching and learning, widening access to education, research and innovation and technology and knowledge transfer. With over 25,000 students they are one of the larger universities in the UK.
Ulster University offers an extensive range of courses both at Undergraduate and Postgraduate level and by full-time and part-time study.
Undergraduate degrees have a strong focus on employability and career opportunities, and are taught by industry-experienced faculty to help students start their career.
Available options of pre-masters courses designed to help students progress on to postgraduate-level study if they do not currently meet the entry criteria for their chosen postgraduate degree.
Postgraduate degrees are your chance to specialise in a business-themed subject, enhancing your career prospects and giving you the chance to stand out from your peers.
The London campus is ideally located in historic Holborn, near many popular cafes, many transport links, restaurants, the West End and markets, and is a great place for students to study in the heart of London.
The Birmingham campus has a great location in the city centre close to the main New Street rail station in the Centre City building, right in the heart of the city, close to key transport links, cafes, shopping centres and museums.
Ulster University’s Employability services provide a range of courses designed with student’s career in mind, with most developed in partnership with employers to ensure the skills, knowledge and experience you gain match the needs of student’s chosen profession.
Ulster’s Student Wellbeing provides a range of services to support students during their studies to include mental health and wellbeing, disability, counselling and a sexual health clinic.
Ulster University is ranked 601 in World University Rankings by Times Higher Education.