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Ulster University is Northern Ireland’s largest university, operating on multiple campuses. This dynamic means that although the university are international in their outlook, they have roots firmly embedded in the local community.

The university is currently ranked within the top 3% of universities in the world and aiming even higher. The university also provides a civic contribution, which is evident through their pioneering research, teaching delivery, a focus on employability and collaborations with industry partners.

Contact Information
Contact Number:

028 7012 3456

Head Office Address:
Ulster University, York Street, Belfast BT15 1ED
Website:
Course Details
Number of Courses:

2

Type of Courses:

Postgraduate; BA (Hons)

Key Course Titles:

BA (Hons) Textile, Art, Design & Fashion
MSC Fashion & Textile Retail Management

Course Fees:

Northern Ireland & EU fees:
£4,275.00 per year

England, Scotland & Wales fees:
£9,250 per year (Discounts available)

International fees:
£14,060 per year

Course Information
Head Office Phone Number: 028 9036 8230
Head Office Email: p.small@ulster.ac.uk
Admissions Phone Number: 028 9036 8760
Company Information
Key Executives
Chairman:

Professor Alan Smith

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