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Edinburgh Napier University was founded fairly recently, in 1964. When it opened as Napier Technical College it accepted only 800 students, at a purpose built facility incorporating Merchison Tower, a medieval structure that was once part of Merchison Castle, the birthplace of John Napier, the university’s namesake. The original curriculum included Engineering, Chemistry, Naval Architecture, […]

Edinburgh Napier University

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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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Brighton University was founded in 1859 as the School of art in one room of Brighton’s Royal Pavilion. Even with only 110 students, it needed room to grow. By 1876 the school has moved to new, purpose built premises. A new name – the School of Science and Art – was adopted when it reopened […]

Brighton University

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Abertay University was founded as The Dundee Technical Institute in 1888, though funding began with a bequest from the 1st Baronet of Kilmaron, Sir David Baxter, in 1872. The curriculum taught there included a scientific, technical and art classes. It moved to a larger site on Bell Street (Still in Dundee) in 1911. Its name […]

Abertay University

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The University of West London began as the Lady Byron School 1860 when Queen Charlotte’s College of Health Care Studies, the London College of Music, the Thames Valley College of Higher education and the Ealing College of Higher Education merged. Though the school, its student population and its portfolio grew, it retained the name of […]

University of West London

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The University of Southampton began as the Hartley institution, which first opened in 1862. The dawn of the 20th century saw a great deal of growth, and the Hartley Institution became a University College in 1902. By the mid-1930s the school had received multiple grants on the national level for the quality of its Engineering […]

University of Southampton

UK

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The University of Plymouth was founded as the Plymouth School of Navigation in 1862, though they taught a range of Arts and Science subjects even then. Exactly 100 years later, it became the Plymouth College of Technology, and Plymouth Polytechnic just seven years after that. It was combined with the Rolle College of Education in […]

University of Plymouth

UK

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The University of Liverpool was established in 1881, and has been dedicated to the advancement of learning and the ennoblement of life generally ever since. Liverpool University today is a truly global university with campuses in Liverpool, Leahurst, London, Singapore and Suzhou, and is accessible to students virtually anywhere in the world via its virtual, […]

University of Liverpool

UK

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