The branches are in South Mall in Cork; Granard in Co Longford; Pearse Road in Sligo; Clane in Co Kildare and Kimmage and Inchicore in Dublin.
The three sub offices are in Clara in Co Offaly, Enfield in Co Meath and Lifford in Co Donegal.
Staff were told of the development this morning. The bank said there will be no job losses as a result.
The closures are part of an announcement made this time last year to reduce the number of branches from 214 to between 175 and 185. The bank currently has 199 branches.
Ulster Bank said it is closing the outlets due to changing consumer behaviour.Tags: