Institutions

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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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Swansea University got its start in 1920 when King George V laid the first stone, and 89 students enrolled the same year. By 1939 it had expanded to encompass 485 students and 65 staff. However, there were only 2 building s on the ‘campus’ until well after the second world war. Expansion began in the […]

Swansea University

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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

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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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The University of Bedfordshire was created in 2006, when the well-established Luton University merged with the Bedford Campus of De Monfort University. The combined institution now plays host to more than 20,000 students every year. It is known for the inclusiveness and diversity of its international student body, representing more than 120 different countries The […]

University of Bedfordshire

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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

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Roehampton consists of 4 Colleges: Digby Stuart College began in 1874. It was founded as a teacher training college for women by a religious order called the Society of the Sacred Heart who settled in Roehampton in 1850. Today it has some of the university’s newest facilities, including the Elm Grove Welcome Centre. Froebel College […]

University of Roehampton

UK

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The University of Leicester began in 1921 as Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland University College on land donated for the purpose of creating a World War 1 memorial which would celebrate life as much as remember those who fell. That is why the University’ motto remains ‘Ut vitam habeant’ or ‘So they may have life’. Initially […]

University of Leicester

UK

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