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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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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

UK

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The University of Sunderland was founded in 1901 as the Sunderland Technical College, though the region’s reputation as a centre for scholarship goes back to AD 674, when it held St Peter’s Church and Monastery, Europe’s largest scriptorium north of the Alps. Indeed the university’s modern Media Centre (built at a cost of some £9 […]

University of Sunderland

UK

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The University of St Andrews had its start in 1410, when teachers and students first began studying at the town of St Andrews in Scotland. It was formally founded as a university by papal bull 3 years later in 1413. This makes it not only the oldest university in all of Scotland, it is the […]

The University of St Andrews

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The University of Lincoln is a very recent addition to the educational landscape of the UK, with its first buildings officially opening in 1996. The Brayford Pool Campus was opened by the queen herself, and was the first wholly new university campus to be built in many, many years. Perhaps more importantly, the University arose […]

University of Lincoln

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The University of Bradford began in 1882, then known as Bradford Technical College. However, it owes much of its pioneering spirit to The Mechanics Institute, founded in 1832. Both organisations combined in 1957 to become the Bradford Institute of Technology. The Institute was granted the Royal Charter less than 10 years later, in 1966. It […]

University of Bradford

UK

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The University of Aberdeen was founded as King’s College by William Elphinstone, Chancellor of Scotland and Bishop of Aberdeen in 1495. That makes the University of Aberdeen the third oldest in Scotland, and the 5th oldest in all of the UK. King’s College was initially established to train the professionals that the northern part of […]

University of Aberdeen

UK

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The Royal Holloway University of London was founded as 2 separate institutions in the 19th century. First was Bedford College in 1849, founded by philanthropist Elizabeth Jesser Reid. Nearly 40 years later, her husband Thomas Holloway founded the Royal Holloway College as well. Queen Victoria herself opened the Founder’s Building there in 1886. They remained […]

Royal Holloway University of London

UK

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