University of Ulster Housing Information
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Each campus offers highly integrated accommodations where you will live with British, Irish, and other American students. While similarities exist between all four of the Ulster campuses, each individual campus – whether Jordanstown, Belfast, Coleraine, or Magee- has its own unique characteristics which helps provide a rewarding student experience.
All Ulster accommodations are self-catered and students should anticipate preparing their own meals and shopping at markets located a short commute of their flat. A small shop for little items is located on each campus. Self-service laundry facilities are available within the complex. Telephones are located in every flat for house to house calls only; calling cards are required for local and long distance calls. Internet access is provided in each student bedroom.
Located just outside of Belfast, living at Jordanstown provides students the benefits of a small campus experience and the opportunities associated with a small university.
Arcadia students are housed in on-campus student villages in apartment style flats with four other students. The accommodations provide an individual room with a personal bathroom, along with a shared living room and kitchen area.
The Jordanstown student village is only a five minute walk to the academic buildings.
Any student studying at the Belfast Campus will be placed in accommodations at the Jordanstown Campus. Students are responsible with any costs associated with their daily commute into the Belfast city center.
A small town located near the north coast of Northern Ireland, Coleraine along with Portrush and Portstewart comprise a vibrant corridor in Co. Londonderry.
Arcadia students are housed on-campus in Cranagh Village in apartment style flats with five individual bedrooms. The accommodations provide each student with a personal bathroom, along with a shared living room and kitchen area.
The Coleraine Campus is small and students are never far from where they need to be on campus, or even only a short taxi ride to Portrush or Portstewart.
Derry, the second largest city in Northern Ireland, offers students a comfortable environment with the benefits of associated with a city center campus.
The Duncreggan Student Village is located on the far side of Magee, opposite the Derry city center. Each apartment style flat accommodates between 2 to 5 students with single bedrooms with attached bathrooms, and a shared living area and kitchen.
The intimate nature of Derry offers visiting students one of Ireland’s best opportunities for integration and insight into Northern Ireland’s unique culture.