Institutions

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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

UK

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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

UK

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The University of Westminster has nearly 200 years of history behind it. Beginning in 1838 as The Polytechnic Institution, it was a place of notable ‘firsts’ even from the beginning. It was of course the UK’s first Polytechnic, and contained Europe’s first public photographic studio (built in 1841). It housed the Lumiere Brothers’ moving picture […]

University of Westminster

UK

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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 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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Northumbria University’s history essentially begins in 1969. At that time the Municipal College of Commerce, the College of Art and Industrial Design and Rutherford College of Technology were merged to become Newcastle Polytechnic. The City College of Education was added to the Polytechnic in 1964, as was the Northern Counties College of Education in 1976. […]

Northumbria University Newcastle

UK

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Cardiff University opened in 1883, and received its royal charter only a year later. At the time, it was called the University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire, and had just over 150 students, full and part-time. The name was changed to University College, Cardiff in 1972, and then to Cardiff University in 1999, 11 […]

Cardiff University

UK

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