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Ulster University consists of four campuses across Northern Ireland. As the capital and major port city of Northern Ireland, Belfast offers a broad spectrum of social and cultural activities. The campus is located only five minutes from a renowned and enormous shopping mall, and is only a ten-minute walk from the city center.
The Belfast Campus is noted for its excellent and well-respected Art and Design programs. Facilities include a brand new building, plenty of studio space, and a superb library collection. Please note art and design students engage in very hands-on and self-directed learning in most courses, so only advanced students are admitted into the program.
The Magee, or Londonderry Campus, hosts the School of Irish Language and Literature and has a strong tradition in computing and robotics.
The Jordanstown Campus is the largest campus, with over 14,000 students and offers a breadth of academic offerings and an excellent sports and recreation center.
Last but not least, the Coleraine campus is the second largest campus with wide academic offerings, impressive library collections, indoor and outdoor sports facilities, and a water sports center.