Ulster University

Ulster University

York St
Belfast
BT15 1ED
United Kingdom

Ulster University has a national and international reputation for excellence, innovation and regional engagement.

We make a major contribution to the economic, social and cultural development of Northern Ireland and play a key role in attracting inward investment. Our core business activities are teaching and learning, widening access to education, research and innovation and technology and knowledge transfer.

For further information please visit www.ulster.ac.uk or keep up to date on social media @ulsteruni and facebook.com/ulsteruniversity.

Ulster University's Services

Ulster University's Content

Event
Training/Advice

Ulster University

Working or volunteering in the community? Want to gain a professionally accredited 3rd level qualification? You can use your experience to gain direct access to this part-time degree. Study 1 day per week over 4 years to gain your BSc Hons Community Development (Professionally Endorsed). You can choose to exit earlier with a Certificate or Associate Bachelors Award. Limited places still available.
Dates:
01 September 2022 - 30 June 2023
Belfast
Event
Launch Online / Virtual Training/Advice

Ulster University

Have you often thought you would like to go to university, but don't have the qualifications? Perhaps you had negative experiences of school and lack confidence in your ability to learn? This online course, running over the summer, will help you to overcome the barriers to your learning and enable you to develop skills needed for learning at university.
Dates:
21 June 2021
Jordanstown
Event
Training/Advice

Ulster University

Unblocking Potential is an online 10 week course for anyone interested in working towards entry to Ulster University's BSc Hons Community Development.
Dates:
27 April 2021
Jordanstown
Event
Online / Virtual Training/Advice

Ulster University

Are you working with marginalised/disadvantaged communities? Would you like to gain a professionally recognised qualification in Community Development? Join our online webinar for further information on what you need to apply for September 2021! Join us: https://eu.bbcollab.com/guest/f3b22b99f26e42319bae12148ad95560
Dates:
15 September 2020
Shore Rd, Jordanstown,
Event
Online / Virtual Training/Advice

Ulster University

Have you often thought you would like to go to university, but don't have the qualifications? Perhaps you had negative experiences of school and lack confidence in your ability to learn? This online course, running on Thurs evenings from 7-9pm will help you to overcome the barriers to your learning and enable you to develop skills needed for learning at university.
Dates:
28 January 202104 February 202111 February 202118 - 19 February 202125 February 202104 March 2021
Newtownabbey
News

Ulster University

Are you working/volunteering to support marginalised or disadvantaged sections of the community? Would like to use your experience to gain a professionally recognised degree in Community Development? Apply now to Ulster University!
Event
Conference Launch

Ulster University

This event explores how community development approaches are being used to tackle issues of inequality, poverty and promote social justice. This event will appeal to professionals across the fields of social work, health, education, community and youth work.
Dates:
05 December 2019
Newtownabbey
Event
Launch Training/Advice

Ulster University

Always wanted to go to university, but never had the chance? Sign up to the Unblocking Potential Programme to find your path back into education! This Ulster University access course will be delivered in partnership with Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Council as part of their Peace IV activities. The 6 week course aims to build self confidence, develop understanding of barriers to learning and provide access to higher education. Course fees are covered by the PEACE IV Programme and the course is accredited by Ulster University.
Dates:
05 November 201912 November 201919 November 201926 November 201903 December 201910 December 2019
Craigavon,
Event
Launch Training/Advice

Ulster University

Always wanted to go to university, but never had the chance? Come along to the information session to find your path back into education! This session will provide information on the Unblocking Potential: Bridge over Troublesome Knowledge Course. This 6-8 week Ulster University access course will be delivered in community settings in Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon. Funded by Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Council as part of their Peace IV activities, the course aims to build self confidence, develop understanding of barriers to learning and provide access to higher education. Course fees are covered by the PEACE IV Programme and the course is accredited by Ulster University.
Dates:
10 October 2019
Craigavon,
Event
Launch Training/Advice

Ulster University

Always wanted to go to university, but never had the chance? Come along to the information session to find your path back into education! This session will provide information on the Unblocking Potential: Bridge over Troublesome Knowledge Course. This 6-8 week Ulster University access course will be delivered in community settings in Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon. Funded by Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Council as part of their Peace IV activities, the course aims to build self confidence, develop understanding of barriers to learning and provide access to higher education. Course fees are covered by the PEACE IV Programme and the course is accredited by Ulster University.
Dates:
09 October 2019
Armagh

More Information

Type of Organisation

VCSE

Team

  • Rosemary Moreland
  • Lorraine Lavery-Bowen
  • Alastair Scott-McKinley
  • School Administrator
  • Janette Sheerman
  • Laurence Taggart
  • Susan Hodgett
  • Fiona Bloomer
  • David HANNA
  • Lauren Harper
  • Markus Ketola
  • Andrea Duncan
  • Jeff Hanna
  • Mary Carson
  • Alison Snookes
  • Ann Biggart
  • Seaneen McLoughlin