Ulster University is in Northern Ireland has four campuses in Belfast, Coleraine, Magee College and Jordanstown, and a fifth virtual campus, Campus One, online. Each campus has a different focus, meaning that students will generally spend their entire time at the University on a single site, and more than 2,000 international students from over 50 countries are currently enrolled.
Over 90% of Ulster graduates are in work or further study six months after graduation, and more than 4,000 students have successfully completed eLearning courses at Ulster University. The Times Higher Education 100 Under 50 rankings classified Ulster as a leading modern University and in the top 100 globally.
Ulster University has four main campuses: Belfast, Jordanstown, Coleraine and Magee, as well as two smaller campuses in Birmingham and London. The Belfast campus is part of the city’s vibrant Cathedral Quarter, the city’s up and coming cultural centre. The area is part of a dynamic arts scene, and the campus plays host to several annual festivals including the Ulster Festival of Art and Design.
The Jordanstown campus is situated north of Belfast and is a major attraction for those who choose to live in the city and travel to the campus in private car or via the excellent rail, bus and taxi network.
MBA Master of Business Administration
MBA Master of Business Administration (top-up)
Business Economics and Business Finance MSc
Business Economics and International Relations MSc
Business Economics and Marketing MSc
Business Economics and Risk Management MSc
Business Intelligence Systems and Data Mining MSc/PG Dip/PG Cert
Business Management in Sport MSc
Business Management in the Creative Industries MSc
Business of Motorsport MA (Distance Leaning)
Business Analytics and Consultancy MSc - Postgraduate
Business and Organizational Strategy MSc – Postgraduate
Management MSc - Postgraduate
Manufacturing Management MSc - Postgraduate
Marketing MSc - Postgraduate
Master of Business Administration Postgraduate
Business Project Management MSc
International Business Management with Marketing MSc
International Business Management with Project Management MSc
International Business Management - MSc
International Business Management (with internship) – MSc
International Marketing MSc
Accounting and Finance
Applied Accounting MSc
International Banking and Finance MSc
International Finance and Investment MSc
MSc Forensic Audit and Accounting
MSc Professional Accounting (with ACCA tuition)
MSc Finance and Investment
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
Finance and Investment Banking with Placement Year MSc - Postgraduate
Accounting and Financial Management MSc – Postgraduate
MSc Accountancy and Financial Management
MSc Accounting and Finance
MSc Accounting and Financial Management
Law Graduate Diploma GDL/CPE Graduate Diploma
Legal Practice Course (Blended) Graduate Diploma
Legal Practice LLM – Postgraduate
Master of Laws Postgraduate
International Human Rights Law LLM - Postgraduate
International Law LLM - Postgraduate
International Commercial Law LLM - Postgraduate
International Development Law LLM – Postgraduate
Law LLM (MRes)
Legal Research (Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma/LLM Legal Research)
International Business with Law MSc
Education (Social Justice) MA
Human Rights, LLM
Intellectual Property & Commercial Practice, LLM
International Commercial Law, LLM
International Commercial and Maritime Law, LLM
The average fees to study in the United Kingdom is of £9,250 (per annum)
international tuition fees /International Fees can be up to £13,240.
International bursaries/scholarship can range from £980-£5000, and all non-UK or non-EEA students will be eligible to receive this. The help you receive and the amount will vary depending on the course you are studying.
The minimum entry requirements are English requirements of 72-96 UCAS points (or above), likewise the English language requirements GSCE English (previous grade C or above, or IELTS 6.0 with no components less than 5.5 in each band or equivalent.
There are numerous amounts of intakes throughout the year depending on university or course. The main intakes include September/October, December/January/February.