Institutions

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The University of South Wales was created when the University of Glamorgan merged with the University of Wales, Newport. Both of these institutions have their own histories and traditions. The University of Glamorgan was primarily based in Pontypridd, but also had campuses in Cardiff, Trefforest, Glyntaff and Merthyr Tydfil. It began in 1913 as a […]

University of South Wales

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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Wrexham Glyndŵr University was created very recently. It became a university in 2008, and remains one of the youngest in the UK. However, Wrexham Glyndŵr University is heir to a tradition of academic excellence more than a century old. The first institution in its lineage was the Wrexham School of Scence and Art, fouded in […]

Wrexham Glyndŵr University

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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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

UK

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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

UK

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The University of Suffolk got its start when the Suffolk Country Council established a group to study the possibility of establishing a university there. This group included both the Suffolk County Council and the Ipswich Borough Council, the Suffolk Learning and Skills Cuncil, the Higher Education Finding Council for England, the East of England Development […]

University of Suffolk

UK

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The University of East London began as the West Ham Technical Institute nearly 130 years ago, in 1892. Often called ‘The People’s University’, they offered vocational courses in art, engineering and even science. They were one of the few institutions at the time who taught both women and men. In 1970 several colleges in Dagenham […]

University of East London

UK

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