Study Irish with Music at Ulster University in the United Kingdom. The University offers a comprehensive range of programmes in Irish in both part-time and full-time mode at a number of centres which serve a diverse constituency of students. The breadth of Irish language provision at Ulster and the practice amongst staff and students of the School of Irish Language and Literature of using Irish as a primary medium of communication reflects the University’s strong commitment to cultural and linguistic diversity within Northern Ireland. The University’s Irish programmes play a vital role in preserving, sustaining and celebrating Ireland’s Gaelic literary and linguistic heritage as well as serving the demands of the Irish language sector within the local and international job market. At a personal level our programmes also fulfil the needs of individuals who wish to acquire the necessary competence to fully participate in the Irish language community as confident and independent users of the language. The BA programme has been designed to reflect the University’s vision of leading in the provision of professional education for professional life. The commitment to support graduates in gaining stimulating and fulfilling employment is one of the School’s primary concerns. The undergraduate music degree programme at the School of Creative Arts, University of Ulster is based around four core elements: Performance, Composition, Musicology and Music Technology. At Magee, you can study Irish as a single honours degree or as part of the combinations framework (major, main or minor) with other subjects (including Drama, Music, Computing, Marketing, Management Studies, Law).