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Birkbeck, University of London was founded nearly 200 years ago, in 1823. The London Mechanics’ Institute was founded in the Crown and Anchor tavern on London’s famous Strand in order to bring better educational opportunities to the city’s common people. Artisans and craftspeople were given access to courses including art, economics and the sciences, something […]

Birkbeck, University of London

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Newman University got its start in 1968 as the Newman College of Higher Education. It ws named after Henry Newman, a notable resident of Birmingham and a great public speaker of the 19th century. It originally offered degrees through the University of Birmingham, though this changed tot eh University of Leicester in 2003. The first […]

Newman University

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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 Cumbria got its start as a variety of regional institutions, including Charlotte Mason’s Teacher Training College, founded in the 1890s and the Society for the Encouragement of the Fine Arts, which dates back to 1822. These institutions left a long legacy, eventually evolving into the colleges which merged to form the University […]

University of Cumbria

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York St John University was founded in 1841 As York Training School. They provided skilled teachers for York, St John’s College and the Diocesan Boards of Education for Ripon. St Margaret’s College, a school for women’s teachers, was opened in Ripon in 1862. These merged in 1975 to form the College of Ripon and York […]

York St John University

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Buckinghamshire New University was founded back in 1891, then called the School of Science and Art. At the time it mostly provided evening classes to High Wycombe students. In the years following the First World War, it took the name of the Wycombe Technical Institute, and provided craft-based education for injured veterans. The school’s mission […]

Buckinghamshire New University

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The University of York is a fairly young institution, but one which has made great strides in a short time. It was founded in 1963, and had only 230 students in its first year. Since then, of course, it has become a world recognised institution of higher learning. In fact, it is one of only […]

University of York

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The University of Winchester was founded in 1840 as The Diocesan Training School, a teacher training institution under the Church of England. It didn’t get a purpose-built facility until 1860, when the first building on the West Hill site was constructed – a building which forms the heart of their main campus to this day. […]

University of Winchester

UK

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