The university chaplaincy service can be a listening ear, a worship space, a relaxation room, a meeting place – or even on a building site, in partnership with schemes like Habitat for Humanity, where students get to make a difference in the world.
Student Money Advice
The Student Money Advice team provide support for students in serious financial hardship. Workshops are given on budgeting and money management to empower students with long-term tools and techniques to develop financial capability.
Whatever the level or sport, Ulster’s sports centres will have it covered. With well-equipped fitness studios, a wide range of classes, multi-sport indoor and outdoor facilities and fully-trained sports staff. Tailored support offered for talented athletes.
Centres and pitches opened in mid-July but with access restricted to meet Covid guidelines. Elite sport is currently allowed.
On-demand, online and virtual options for classes, training or workouts. All campuses offer outdoor classes (e.g. golf and tennis) on campus or at partner facilities. Student clubs can use outdoor pitches for fitness training (with reduced capacity), but not technical skills practice.
University sports are open to everyone. There are many sports and exercise opportunities for you to get involved in, regardless of your ability, commitment level or past experience.
See a summary of sports and activities offered below, or search the Sports Table to discover which exercise and facilities are available at each university.