Institutions

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Bolton University got its start in 1825, when it was founded as the Bolton Mechanics’ Institute. By 1887 it was understood that the technical educational needs of the region’s population had expanded, and soon they opened a Technical School which serves more than 1500 students per year. The school officially became a College in 1926, […]

University of Bolton

UK

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The University of Sheffield is a member of the Russell Group, and organisation of the UK’s top universities. It is committed to social responsibility and to ensuring that its students receive not just the professional and academic skills they need to forge successful careers, but also the personal and ethical development they need to support […]

University of Sheffield

UK

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The University of reading was first given the Royal Charter in 1926, and is already planning for its 100th anniversary. Reading was the only university to be honoured with a royal charter between World War 1 and World War 2. Before taking the name ‘University of Reading, though, it was an extension College of the […]

University of Reading

UK

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The University of Bradford began in 1882, then known as Bradford Technical College. However, it owes much of its pioneering spirit to The Mechanics Institute, founded in 1832. Both organisations combined in 1957 to become the Bradford Institute of Technology. The Institute was granted the Royal Charter less than 10 years later, in 1966. It […]

University of Bradford

UK

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The University of Portsmouth began 100 years ago as a Municipal College and public library in the Park Building in Portsmouth, Hampshire. In the early post war years they added an expanded Arts and Humanities curriculum. The college changed its name to Portsmouth Polytechnic in 1969. They received full University status and the Royal Charter […]

University of Portsmouth

UK

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City, University of London’s history goes back more than 160 years. It had its roots in the Inns of Court School of Law which was founded in 1852. This is the same law school that produced world leaders like Gandhi, Margaret Thatcher and Tony Blair. Not long after, it formed close ties with many other […]

City, University of London

UK

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Brunel University London was originally Borough Road College and then the Brunel College of Technology, which was a part of Acton Technical College until 1957. It became a College of Advanced Technology in 1960 and adopted the name Brunel College of Advanced Technology two years later. It was awarded the Royal Charter, becoming a full […]

Brunel University London

UK

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