University description (as per official university website)
This is a modern, forward looking and a very friendly place to study. Over 23,000 local, national and international students study at undergraduate to postgraduate degree levels at our four campuses - Coleraine, Jordanstown, Belfast, and Magee.
Each campus is like its own little village and you'll find everything you need where you study. It's worth remembering though that all the different parts of UU add up to one huge university - Ireland's biggest. If UU was a town, it would be as big as Omagh.
In 1984 the New University of Ulster at Coleraine and the Ulster Polytechnic at Jordanstown came together (bringing Magee College in Londonderry and the Art College in Belfast with them) to form the University of Ulster.
Overall, the University has 4 different campuses:
In terms of scholarships, the are various offers (see more on the scholarships page) and they cover up to £1,500.