Institutions

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St Mary’s University began in 1850 as a teacher’s training school with close ties to the Catholic Church. It soon outgrew its original campus at Brook Green in Hammersmith, and it moved to a larger facility at Strawberry Hill in 1925. This campus originally held around 250 students, but has been enlarged several times. In […]

St Mary’s University

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Canterbury Christ Church University opened in 1962 as Christ Church College, a teachers’ training facility with only 9 teachers and some 70 students. They moved to a larger, purpose-built facility in 1964, and began offering their frost Bachelor’s degrees (in Education) soon after. By the latter half of the 1980s they offered several different undergraduate […]

Canterbury Christ Church University

UK

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The University of York is a fairly young institution, but one which has made great strides in a short time. It was founded in 1963, and had only 230 students in its first year. Since then, of course, it has become a world recognised institution of higher learning. In fact, it is one of only […]

University of York

UK

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The University of Sussex received its Royal Charter n 1961, making it the first of the new wave of universities that would characterise the 1960s. Today, it is recognised as one of the UK’s top research universities. Sussex enrols more than 17,000 students, of which nearly ¼ are from overseas. It also has more than […]

University of Sussex

UK

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Newcastle University has been through quite a few names in its long history. It began as two separate institutions, Armstrong College which was founded in 1871 and the School of Medicine and Surgery which was founded in 1834, both in Newcastle upon Tyne, of course. Collectively, these schools were a division of the University of […]

Newcastle University

UK

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The University of Manchester was England’s first civic university, which is fitting as Manchester is considered the world’s first industrial city. The institutions that came together to make up the University of Manchester themselves date back to the very early 20th century, and had been closely partnered for nearly 100 years. In 2004 the University […]

University of Manchester

UK

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The University of Leicester began in 1921 as Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland University College on land donated for the purpose of creating a World War 1 memorial which would celebrate life as much as remember those who fell. That is why the University’ motto remains ‘Ut vitam habeant’ or ‘So they may have life’. Initially […]

University of Leicester

UK

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The University of Buckingham’s story began in 1967, when DR J W Paulley suggested creating a UK university on the model of the great private universities in the US. In just six years, the University College at Buckingham had been incorporated as an educational charity. It was formally opened a mere 3 years later in […]

University of Buckingham

UK

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