Ulster University is the largest university in Northern Ireland. It opened in 1968 and merged with Ulster Polytechnic in 1984 and has four campuses - in Belfast, Derry, Coleraine and Jordanstown. There are also campuses in London and Birmingham on the UK mainland. More than 27,000 students choose Ulster every year with international students from more than 100 countries.
It is ranked in the top 150 global institutions under 50 years of age in The Times Higher Education 150 Under 50 World University rankings. It’s also scored highly in the National Student Survey with 87% satisfaction rates.
What are the IELTS requirements for Ulster University?
Generally, Ulster University requires an overall IELTS (Academic) is 6.0 with no band score under 5.5 for the undergraduate courses. For postgraduate, a band score of 6.0 and above is required, with no individual score lower than 5.5 depending on the program. This is applicable to international students from most countries. For more details refer to the Official website of Ulster University
What is the Ulster University acceptance rate for international students?
The Ulster University acceptance rate is 81%.
Ulster University’s campuses each offer an individual experience, from the lively nightlife and culture of Belfast to the scenery of the Causeway Coast. This includes many of the filming locations from Game of Thrones as well as the birthplace of the Titanic.
Cost of living
Northern Ireland is the most affordable region for international students in the UK to live, work and study. Consumer prices in Belfast are 72.4% cheaper than London while restaurant prices are 22.28% cheaper.
In the UK, Ulster University ranking in the UK is 61st in The Guardian University Guide, 651-700th in the QS World University Rankings and 601–800th in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.