Ulster University is one of Northern Ireland's top-rated public universities. In 1968, the university was renamed the New University of Ulster. Jordanstown, Belfast, Coleraine, and Derry are just a few locations where the institution has campuses. The educational, research, living, and support infrastructure on each campus is top-notch.
The architecture, hospitality, photography, digital animation, and event management programs available at the Belfast campus are just a few of the many. In addition, regularly, there are art exhibits and fashion displays held on campus. The Academy, a restaurant in the building, also serves as a training facility for students interested in a career in catering and food preparation.
Students at the Coleraine campus, which sits on the banks of the River Bann, may study anything from biomedical sciences to psychology to history to geography to environmental science to the pharmacy to tourism.