Before you apply, you need to check you have the right qualifications for entry to the your course of choice. We have specific 'your country' web pages which are designed to will help you decide if you are suitably qualified. If your country or qualification is not listed, we apologise, and we would be very happy to hear from you. Please contact us, telling us the name of your qualification, where you have studied, the subjects, the date you took the exams and the grades that you achieved. Once we have this information, we should be able to advise you on your eligibility to apply.
As well as the right academic qualifications, you need to check that you have an English proficiency certificate. English language requirements for each course are stated in the Prospectus.
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Potential applicants should be aware that part-time study is only open to international students if they already have the correct immigration permission to be in the UK. There is no student visa for part-time study in the UK. You may apply online for part-time courses.
All applications for full-time undergraduate (Bachelor) degree courses must be made via the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). Advice is available from British Council offices and other centres overseas, such as your school or college. You are responsible for paying the correct application fee, for obtaining and attaching the academic reference and for submitting the completed application online to UCAS. For all applicants, there are full instructions at www.ucas.com to make it as easy as possible for you to fill in your online application, plus help text where appropriate. UCAS also has a comprehensive guide called Applying Online, which can be downloaded from www.ucas.com
You can apply by using our online applications system. The online application process is quick and efficient. It allows you to complete the application process at your own pace, using our ‘save and return’ option and to check the status of your application.
A taught Masters courses at Ulster usually involves one year of full-time study consisting of nine months teaching and three months completing a dissertation. You can check entry criteria for all Masters courses here
Once you have decided which course you would like to apply for you can then apply using the online application system which you can visit here.
For a full list of our modules of study, click here.
If the University of Ulster has a formal exchange agreement with your home university, you should submit an online application. Erasmus exchange students should read the accompanying Factsheet. If the University of Ulster does not have a formal exchange agreement with your home university, you will not be able to apply to the University of Ulster as an exchange student. We will, however, be happy to consider your application to study as an occasional student.
If you do not know whether you home university has a formal exchange agreement with your home university, please contact the International Office.
If the University of Ulster has a formal study abroad agreement with your home university, please complete and submit a study abroad application form. If the University of Ulster does not have a formal study abroad agreement with your home university, you will not be able to apply to the University of Ulster as a study abroad student. We will, however, be happy to consider your application to study as an occasional student.
If you do not know whether you home university has a formal study abroad agreement with your home university, or if you are applying as an occasional student, please contact us.