Ulster University, with a student population of 22,000, has four campuses located in Northern Ireland, a country known for its natural beauty and the warmth and hospitality of its people.
Students may study abroad at Ulster University either spring semester of for a full academic year. Students earn 15 hours of transfer credit per semester and select classes in a variety of disciplines, such as business, humanities, communication, social sciences, math, computer sciences and basic sciences.
While studying at the Ulster University, students live in self-catered university-owned apartments with other international students and they receive a stipend for food. Travel within Ireland is easy-students can see the amazing sights of the Giants' Causeway, the Cliffs of Moher, or hop a short train ride to Dublin-or take a quick flight over to mainland Europe!