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The University of Ulster is a multi-campus, co-educational university located in Northern Ireland. It is the largest university in Ireland after the National University of Ireland.
The University of Ulster was established in 1968 but can trace its roots back to 1845.
The University of Ulster currently maintains 4 sites across Northern Ireland, as well as one virtual site. The main campus is in Belfast, the others are in Coleraine, Derry and Jordanstown.
The Belfast campus (UUB) is the University’s home of the School of Art and Design, and completed a major redevelopment in 2008. The Building is situated in the fashionable and rapidly developing Cathedral Quarter of the City. Most of the student accommodation is in Southern Belfast.
The Coleraine campus (UUC) is the administration headquarters of the University and is the most traditional in outlook, with a focus on science and the humanities.
The Jordanstown campus (UUJ) is located in Jordanstown, 7 miles outside Belfast and concentrates on engineering, health and social science. It is also home to the Ulster Business School. The large Jordanstown campus is set in a leafy suburb. UUJ is also the base of the Sports Institute for Northern Ireland and has an excellent range of Sports facilities.
The Magee campus (UUM) in Derry City is a mixture of historic and new buildings in a Victorian residential area of the city. It was originally a theological college, but today provides a broad range of undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes in disciplines ranging from computer science to psychology and nursing.
Campus One, the Virtual Campus of the University of Ulster, was launched in 2001. It is the first e-learning network of its kind in the UK and Ireland and represents a new route to learning via the Internet. It offers e-learning courses and postgraduate and undergraduate programmes, all of which can be accessed and completed via Campus One from anywhere in the world.