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Swansea University got its start in 1920 when King George V laid the first stone, and 89 students enrolled the same year. By 1939 it had expanded to encompass 485 students and 65 staff. However, there were only 2 building s on the ‘campus’ until well after the second world war. Expansion began in the […]

Swansea University

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The University of Wolverhampton was founded in 1827 as the Wolverhampton Free Library, which soon began to offer commercial, scientific, technical and more general classes. The School of Art began offering classes in 1851, and became the Municipal School of Art in 1885.  The institution began to expand seriously in 1920, when the original promises […]

University of Wolverhampton

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Bishop Grosseteste University got its start in 1862, as a teacher training college for women. Located in Lincoln and closely aligned to the Anglican Church. It was soon renamed the Lincoln Diocesan Training College. The school was renamed the Bishop Grosseteste College in 1962, to mark its centenary. The name comes from Robert Grosseteste, a […]

Bishop Grosseteste University

UK

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The University of Cumbria got its start as a variety of regional institutions, including Charlotte Mason’s Teacher Training College, founded in the 1890s and the Society for the Encouragement of the Fine Arts, which dates back to 1822. These institutions left a long legacy, eventually evolving into the colleges which merged to form the University […]

University of Cumbria

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The University of Central Lancashire – UCLan – was founded in nearly 200 years ago in 1828. At that time it as the Institution of the Diffusion of Knowledge, in Preston. Its expansion began with an endowment in 1877, becoming a centre for art and science in the region. It became the Harris Art College […]

University of Central Lancashire

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The University of Worcester was founded in began in 1946. A that time it was known as the Emergency Teacher Training College as it was built to address the severe need for trained teaching staff after WWII. The school added subjects steadily, and became Worcester College of Higher Education in the 1970s. At that time, […]

University of Worcester

UK

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The University of the West of Scotland was founded in 1836 as the Paisley School of Art. This became one of the 20 Government Schools of Design in 1846. These all became Government Schools of Art and eventually Government Schools of Art and Science in time. The institution continued to grow, becoming the Paisley Technical […]

University of the West of Scotland

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The University of Bedfordshire was created in 2006, when the well-established Luton University merged with the Bedford Campus of De Monfort University. The combined institution now plays host to more than 20,000 students every year. It is known for the inclusiveness and diversity of its international student body, representing more than 120 different countries The […]

University of Bedfordshire

UK

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