University of Ulster Rankings

Founded in 1984 , The University of Ulster (UU) is one of the best universities in Northern Ireland. It is the largest single university in Ireland with four campuses: Belfast, Coleraine, Magee College in Derry, and Jordanstown. Ulster has a virtual campus: Campus One.

The university has the following faculties:
- Ulster Business School
- Faculty of Arts
- Faculty of Art, Design and the Built Environment
- Faculty of Life and Health Sciences
- Faculty of Computing and Engineering
- Faculty of Social Sciences

Rankings and Ratings:

- According to the Complete University Guide, Ulster is ranked 54th in 2008, 51st in 2009 and 51st in 2010.

- In 2008 Research Assessment Exercise, it is placed in the top third of UK universities, rated 45th nationally in the Times Higher Ranking, moving up from 63rd in the previous RAE.

- 86% of its research activity judged to be of international quality in the RAE 2008.

- 75th out of 117 Leading UK universities in the Guardian University Guide 2010, dropped from 59th place in the 2009 League Table.

- 57th in the Financial Times Ranking of Top British Universities 2003.

- the MA Journalism course has been ranked among the top five postgraduate journalism courses nationally, according to the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ).

- it was shortlisted for the Sunday Times University of the Year award in 2001.

- One of the top ten most popular universities in the UK, based on number of applications in 2004-05.

- Ulster Business School was awarded an 'Excellent' rating (with a perfect score of 24 out of 24) by the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA).

- 53rd in the Times Good University Guide 2009, but it dropped a place to 54th in 2010 League Table.

- 54th in the Daily Telegraph University Ranking 2007.