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Studying at University of Ulster
The University of Ulster is the single biggest University in Northern Ireland. It has four campuses based in Belfast, Coleraine, Jordanstown and Magee. Campuses range from being situated in the city centre for a taste of city life to lying next to the South Antrim Hills with striking views of the Northern Irish countryside.
The University provides courses covering the Arts, Social and Health Sciences, Engineering, Business and Information Technology. Facilities at Ulster University are top quality and up to date including four libraries, plenty of computer laboratories, dance, drama and television studios, engineering laboratories and science laboratories. Ulster also offers a range of sports facilities such as sports pitches including grass and synthetic, wellness suites, a high performance centre, gyms and tennis courts. The campuses also provide cafes and bars for students to hang out with friends as well as restaurants and supermarkets.
The Belfast campus traditionally offers the Arts side of the University, however it also offers other subjects too. Belfast offers huge shopping centres, the Odyssey entertainment complex, cinemas, and plenty of places to eat, ranging from budget eating to award winning restaurants. The Coleraine campus is situated next to the River Bann on the Causeway Coast. It offers a variety of courses and plenty of entertainment including sporting activities at the local beaches and plenty of opportunity to explore the hills. The largest of the campuses is Jordanstown which offers courses such as Engineering and Business as well as Social Sciences. It also hosts the Sports Institute of Northern Ireland with top quality facilities including a health suite, physiotherapy suite and fitness and conditioning suite. The campus has a quieter feel as it is just outside of the city and is surrounded by trees, with Loughshore Park close by. Magee campus is the most rural of the campuses and offers the School of Creative Arts which influences all of the courses on this campus. The Students Union offers places to eat and drink during the day and by night offers a bar and club. There a plenty of scenic villages and landscapes close by to explore and the River Foyle on the campuses doorstep.
The Students Unions based at each campus offer plenty of clubs and societies to get involved with including a Traditional Irish society. There are also plenty of opportunities for students to get involved with volunteering whether in the community or at events throughout the year.