Institutions

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The University of Strathclyde began in 1796 as the Anderson’s Institute. Located in the centre of old Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city, it has pursued teaching and innovation for Scotland and the world for more than 200 years. It has changed quite a bit since the 18th century, of course. The University of Strathclyde today is […]

University of Strathclyde

UK

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Birkbeck, University of London was founded nearly 200 years ago, in 1823. The London Mechanics’ Institute was founded in the Crown and Anchor tavern on London’s famous Strand in order to bring better educational opportunities to the city’s common people. Artisans and craftspeople were given access to courses including art, economics and the sciences, something […]

Birkbeck, University of London

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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 Hull was originally founded as University College Hull in 1927. It originally boasted 14 departments – most with but a single professor – and admitted 39 students in 1928. It was originally contained in a single building. Now known as the Venn Building after one of the university’s most famous mathematicians, it […]

University of Hull

UK

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The University of Greenwich was founded in 1890. It was then known as Woolwich Polytechnic, and what the second polytechnic to be founded in the UK. They began offering formal degrees as early as 1907. Woolwich offered the first ‘sandwich’ courses in the UK, in cooperation with the Ministry of War and Woolwich Arsenal. After […]

University of Greenwich

UK

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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

UK

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The School of Oriental and African Studies was founded in 1916 as the School of Oriental Studies. It took its current name in 1938 and moved to its new campus in 1941. Its iconic library was built in 1973. The university continues to expand slowly, maintaining itself as one of the premier centres for Asian […]

The School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)

UK

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Kingston University got its start back in 1917 as the Gypsy Hill College, dedicated at the time to teacher training. However, it was formally recognised as a Technical College by 1926, and had moved to a new Kingston Hill campus by 1946. The school then expanded rapidly, opening the first buildings in the Penryhn Road […]

Kingston University

UK

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