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Ulster University is a multi-campus university which can trace its origins back to 1845. The university has now spread beyond its Northern Ireland roots to include branch campuses in London and Birmingham, run in partnership with QA Higher Education, formerly QA Business School. They are a truly international university with over 2,000 international students from over 80 different countries and Alumni from 121 countries.

The branch campuses offer globally recognised, fully accredited degrees at Bachelors and Masters levels, as well as a range of other courses and qualifications. They have an excellent reputation for research, for providing work-based learning, and for the level of recognition granted by professional bodies.

They aim to create the best opportunities for their students by putting an emphasis on work-based learning. This contributes to nearly 90% of Ulster graduates being in employment or pursuing further studies within six months.

Their tutors constantly push the boundaries of current understanding to provide professional orientation which facilitates workplace learning styles and a bespoke personal learning experience. They consider a range of qualifications, learning credits, informal learning and work experience to assess your suitability.

Friendly Student Services and Welfare Teams are on hand to help with everything from your finances to organising extra-curricular activities. Their full-time programmes are delivered over two and a half days a week. Their courses are specifically designed and timetabled to enable you to study with more flexibility.

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