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The University of Strathclyde began in 1796 as the Anderson’s Institute. Located in the centre of old Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city, it has pursued teaching and innovation for Scotland and the world for more than 200 years. It has changed quite a bit since the 18th century, of course. The University of Strathclyde today is […]

University of Strathclyde

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The University of Northampton was founded in 1924, making it a fairly young institution by UK standards. At that time it was the Northampton Technical College, with a much more limited curriculum than it offers today. Northampton’s School of Art opened in 1937, and the College of Education was founded at the new Park campus […]

University of Northampton

UK

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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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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

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The University of the West of Scotland was founded in 1836 as the Paisley School of Art. This became one of the 20 Government Schools of Design in 1846. These all became Government Schools of Art and eventually Government Schools of Art and Science in time. The institution continued to grow, becoming the Paisley Technical […]

University of the West of Scotland

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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

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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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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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