Institutions

Wondering which school, college or university is the best fit for you? We’ve made it easy for you to compare hundreds of the world’s best schools, and to get a better idea of what they teach, what each school is really like, and which will give you the most help in your career. Below we have listed many of the world’s finest schools and universities. Just scroll down the list, and click ‘view more’ to read about as many schools as you like. Then you can explore what courses each school, college or university offers by clicking on them.

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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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Leeds Beckett University was founded in 1824 as the Leeds Mechanics Institute. From these humble beginnings (2 rooms – a library and a single classroom) the institute soon began to expand. By 1841 they had moved to larger premises in the town, and by 1868 had become the Leeds School of Science. Through several expansions […]

Leeds Beckett University

UK

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Middlesex University London was founded in 1878 as St Katherine’s College, dedicated to training teachers to a professional level. Future partner the Hornsey College of Art was founded in 1882 as well as the Ponders End Technical Institute in 1901. These schools combined to become Middlesex Polytechnic in 1973, adding also The Enfield and Hendon […]

Middlesex University London

UK

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The University of Exeter saw its beginnings in the founding of the Schools of Art and Science in 1851, the Royal Albert Memorial College was established in 1900 and the University College of the Southwest of England in 1921. They were combined when the University of Exeter received the Royal Charter in 1955, and it […]

University of Exeter

UK

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The University of Edinburgh is one of the most respected in the UK, with a fine history of scholars, traditions and prestigious alumni. Since its founding in 1583, the university has been the Alma Mater of prime ministers, Olympic athletes and space explorers – though admittedly rather few of the last group in its first […]

University of Edinburgh

UK

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The University of Derby has a long history, going back to 1853 and the founding of the Derby School of Art. This became the Derby Central School of Art and the Derby Central School of Science in 1870. By 1892 the combined institution was known as the Derby Municipal Technical College. Another root of Derby’s […]

University of Derby

UK

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The University of Birmingham was established by Royal Charter in 1900, one of the last universities chartered under Queen Victoria. From the beginning it was a civic institution, revolutionary in that it eagerly accepted students from all social classes and backgrounds equally. The University of Birmingham has led the way in many fields over the […]

University of Birmingham

UK

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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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