Ulster University

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Ulster University is an educational institution that provides undergraduate, postgraduate, part-time, and e-learning programs. It offers a range of courses covering accounting, medicine, art, civil engineering, marketing, finance, and other areas. The university is also engaged in research activities focused on architecture, business, history, law, music, linguistics, and other topics.
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Employees (est.) (Oct 2021)3,564
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Key People/Management at Ulster University

Colin Davidson

Colin Davidson

Paul Bartholomew

Paul Bartholomew

Paul Seawright

Paul Seawright

Deputy Vice-Chancellor
Malachy O'Neill

Malachy O'Neill

Director of Regional Engagement
Damian McAlister

Damian McAlister

Chief People Officer
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Ulster University Office Locations

Ulster University has offices in Birmingham, Coleraine, London and Newtownabbey
Birmingham, GB
Centre City House, 7 Hill St
Coleraine, GB
Ulster University, Cromore Rd
London, GB
10 Rosebery Ave, Farringdon
Newtownabbey, GB
Shore Rd
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Ulster University Financials and Metrics

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Ulster University total Funding

$477.5 m

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Ulster University investors

Ulster University's latest funding round in January 2017 was reported to be $20. In total, Ulster University has raised $477.5 m
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Ulster University Cybersecurity Score

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Ulster University Online and Social Media Presence

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Ulster University News and Updates

Santen Announces Global Research Initiative with Massachusetts Eye and Ear and Ulster University Researchers to Study and Develop New Treatments for Glaucoma

GENEVA and EMERYVILLE, Calif., April 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Santen, a global company specialized in ophthalmology, today announced a research initiative with scientists from Massachusetts (Mass) Eye and Ear (USA), a research and teaching hospital affiliated with Harvard Medical School,...

Ulster University welcomes announcement of walk-in COVID-19 mobile testing unit on the Coleraine and Magee campuses

Ulster University has welcomed the announcement of a COVID-19 (coronavirus) mobile testing unit on the Coleraine campus, which was launched this week and will alternate each week between the Coleraine and Magee campuses.

Ulster University and Inspire Workplaces win UK KTP award with innovative digital platform aimed at supporting employee mental health

Ulster University in collaboration with local social enterprise, Inspire Workplaces, part of the charity Inspire, secured national recognition at this year’s Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) Best of the Best Awards 2020 for the work demonstrating the greatest social impact. As one of only 13 win…

Togetherall – a new platform to support staff and student wellbeing

Ulster University has joined Togetherall, an online community platform to support our students’ and staff wellbeing. This has been made possible through funds raised for Mind your Mood, an initiative designed for students, by students who want to remove the stigma of poor mental health and encourage…

Ulster University launches Northern Ireland’s first BSc Paramedic Science degree

With funding support from the Department of Health, the new three year, BSc Hons Paramedic Science course will be based within Ulster University’s multi award winning School of Nursing on the Magee campus.

Ulster University receives three shortlisted nominations in THE Awards 2020

It has been announced (on 10 September) that Ulster University has three shortlisted nominations in this year’s Times Higher Education (THE) Awards. These are the 16th annual THE Awards, with more than 80 institutions making the shortlists across 20 categories, which celebrate the full range of univ…
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Ulster University Blogs

NI’s creative industry success centre stage at global BEYOND conference in Belfast

The conference showcases the very best of the creative industries and innovation in new and emerging technologies

Ulster University’s Nursing Competence Test Centre awarded new contract

The centre on the Magee campus plays a vital role in increasing nursing capacity and alleviating pressures on the health service

NIAS and Teacher Education Universities launch “Lifesaver Ambassador Training Scheme”

The aim of the partnership is to create and deliver “Lifesaver Ambassador” training to student teachers

Celebrating innovation in manufacturing

Northern Ireland Advanced Composites and Engineering Centre (NIACE) relaunched

Graduate employers  need  digital soft skills, communication skills & technical  IT  related skills  from future workforce

Ulster University graduate employer survey gives unique insight into graduate labour market recruitment needs

Deputy First Minister Launches Ulster University Partnership with MEGA to Provide Skills Pipeline to Ready NI for Industry 4.0

Ulster University is partnering with MEGA to provide Northern Ireland’s first degree level apprenticeship in Manufacturing & Engineering
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Ulster University Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Ulster University founded?

    Ulster University was founded in 1968.

  • Who are Ulster University key executives?

    Ulster University's key executives are Colin Davidson, Paul Bartholomew and Paul Seawright.

  • How many employees does Ulster University have?

    Ulster University has 3,564 employees.

  • Who are Ulster University competitors?

    Competitors of Ulster University include Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, University of Birmingham and The University of Nottingham.

  • Where are Ulster University offices?

    Ulster University has offices in Birmingham, Coleraine, London and Newtownabbey.

  • How many offices does Ulster University have?

    Ulster University has 4 offices.