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Open Days and Events

Our Open Days and Events are a great way to learn more about our courses and see what our campuses have to offer. You’ll have the opportunity to meet lecturers and students, attend course-specific talks and take a tour of our facilities. As well as our main Open Days in September the University hosts a wide-range of subject-specific events for those applying for 2015 entry.

See below for our upcoming events at Belfast, Coleraine, Jordanstown and Magee.


Upcoming Open Days and Events

  • Belfast School of Architecture and Belfast School of Art
    Open Evening

    21 October 2014, 6.00pm-9.00pm
    Venue: Belfast campus
    FIND OUT MORE >> | REGISTER NOW >>
  • Insight into Engineering
    Tuesday 21 October, 9.00am-12noon (TBC)
    Venue: Jordanstown campus
    To register contact Diane McWhirter E: d.mcwhirter@ulster.ac.uk

  • Health Sciences Insight Night
    Wednesday 5 November, 6.00pm-9.00pm
    Venue: Jordanstown campus
    FIND OUT MORE >> | REGISTER NOW >>

  • Accounting Insight Evening
    Thursday 6 November, 6.30pm-8.00pm
    Venue: Belfast campus
    FIND OUT MORE >> | REGISTER NOW >>

  • Insight into Maths and related courses
    Thursday 6 November, 9.00am-12noon (TBC)
    Venue: Jordanstown campus
    To register contact Diane McWhirter E: d.mcwhirter@ulster.ac.uk
  • Insight into Biomedical Engineering and Engineering Science
    Thursday 13 November, 9.00am-12noon (TBC)
    Venue: Jordanstown campus
    To register contact Diane McWhirter E: d.mcwhirter@ulster.ac.uk
  • Insight into Engineering
    Date/Time (TBC)
    Venue: Magee campus
    To register contact Diane McWhirter E: d.mcwhirter@ulster.ac.uk

Making the most of your visit

Choosing the right university and course is a major decision – after all, it’s the place where you will study and perhaps live for the next three years or more. There really is no substitute for visiting a campus and visualising yourself studying, living and socialising there!

Open Days are a great opportunity for you to visit the University’s campuses, talk to lecturers about the course/s you are interested in studying – and perhaps learn about subjects you hadn’t previously considered, as well as chatting to our current students about student life at Ulster – the studies and the craic!. You will also see, first-hand, the many facilities, such as, our library, accommodation, state-of-the-art sports centre and Students’ Union.

Student Finance, Students’ Union and Student Support Services (Disability, Accommodation, etc) will be on hand to offer advice and support each day.