Institutions

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The University of Central Lancashire – UCLan – was founded in nearly 200 years ago in 1828. At that time it as the Institution of the Diffusion of Knowledge, in Preston. Its expansion began with an endowment in 1877, becoming a centre for art and science in the region. It became the Harris Art College […]

University of Central Lancashire

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The University of Liverpool was established in 1881, and has been dedicated to the advancement of learning and the ennoblement of life generally ever since. Liverpool University today is a truly global university with campuses in Liverpool, Leahurst, London, Singapore and Suzhou, and is accessible to students virtually anywhere in the world via its virtual, […]

University of Liverpool

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The University of Dundee was founded as University College, Dundee in 1881 by the wealthy Baxter family. It was founded as a more pragmatic, technological answer to the academic institutions of the time, and dedicated to promoting the education of men and women alike – very progressive for its time – in literature, the arts […]

University of Dundee

UK

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The University of Portsmouth began 100 years ago as a Municipal College and public library in the Park Building in Portsmouth, Hampshire. In the early post war years they added an expanded Arts and Humanities curriculum. The college changed its name to Portsmouth Polytechnic in 1969. They received full University status and the Royal Charter […]

University of Portsmouth

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King’s College London was founded (unsurprisingly) by England’s King George IV, as well as the Duke of Wellington, in 1829. Originally it was a ‘university college’ under the Church of England.   Today, of course, it is a modern, secular institution of higher learning which embraces students and staff of all faiths and belief systems. […]

King’s College London

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Cardiff University opened in 1883, and received its royal charter only a year later. At the time, it was called the University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire, and had just over 150 students, full and part-time. The name was changed to University College, Cardiff in 1972, and then to Cardiff University in 1999, 11 […]

Cardiff University

UK

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