Ulster University is a community-based, comprehensive institution that stresses academic programs, social service, and vocational, technical and professional training. It is composed of four campuses, each with its own distinct character: Belfast, Coleraine, Jordanstown and Magee College. Students are placed at a campus according to their academic needs.
The Belfast campus houses an impressive, new, multi-million dollar arts building. With a student enrollment totaling roughly 6,000, Coleraine is the second largest of the four campuses as well as the administrative headquarters for the University as a whole. It boasts a wide range of academic offerings, impressive library collections, indoor and outdoor sports facilities, and a water sports centre. Jordanstown is the largest of the four with over 14,000 students, a huge breadth of academic offerings, and an excellent sports and recreation center.
- There are also indoor and outdoor sports and fitness facilities