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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 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 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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Plymouth Marjon University began as a pair of London-based teacher training colleges in the 1840s, St John’s and St Marks.  St John’s in Battersea was the first bespoke teacher training college in England. Its initial class of students in 1840 included orphans from a nearby workhouse. Together, St Johns and St Marks were credited with […]

Plymouth Marjon University

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The University of Birmingham was established by Royal Charter in 1900, one of the last universities chartered under Queen Victoria. From the beginning it was a civic institution, revolutionary in that it eagerly accepted students from all social classes and backgrounds equally. The University of Birmingham has led the way in many fields over the […]

University of Birmingham

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St George’s University London began in 1733 with the opening of St George’s Hospital. Though doctors had students even then, a formal registry of pupils was only initiated in 1752. In 1756 John Hunter, ‘the Father of Modern Surgery’, began to teach students there, followed by luminaries like Edward Jenner and Edward Wilson. The university […]

St George’s University London

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Bangor University has maintained its reputation for academic excellence for more than 200 years. Bangor started in premises converted from a coaching inn with only 58 students and 10 staff. It was founded based on public subscription in 1884 in order to improve access to quality higher education in Wales. Until 1893, all of its […]

Bangor University

UK

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De Montfort University had humble beginnings. It started as the Leicester School of Art in 1870. It expanded steadily, adding new facilities and subjects, eventually becoming the Leicester Colleges of Art and Technology in 1927.

De Montfort University

UK

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