Institutions

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The University of East Anglia (UEA) first opened in 1963. It was one of the first British universities to offer progressive courses such as Creative Writing, Development Studies and Environmental sciences. The UEA remains a leading school for those fields as well as in social work, food science and international development. The UEA’s campus in […]

University of East Anglia (UEA)

UK

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Nottingham Trent University got its start as the Nottingham Government School of Design in 1843. In 1975, that school as well as the Nottingham College of Education at Clifton and the Nottingham Regional College were merged as Trent Polytechnic. The name was changed to Nottingham Trent University in 1992 when the Further and Higher Education […]

Nottingham Trent University

UK

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Harper Adams got its start back in 1901, at the close of the Victorian Era. Even then, its focus was firmly set on managing food and resource production in a scientific, sustainable and responsible manner. Indeed, the addition of a substantial Innovation Centre in the main campus allows a new focus on industrial advancement, and […]

Harper Adams University

UK

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Aberystwyth University was established in the early 1870s with the intention of teaching an agriculture based curriculum in both English and Welsh as ‘the people’s University’ in the town of Aberystwyth. In fact, it became the first university in Wales to offer a wide range of courses, including Chemistry, Geology, Comparative Philology Astronomy, Mathematics and […]

Aberystwyth University

UK

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