Institutions

Wondering which school, college or university is the best fit for you? We’ve made it easy for you to compare hundreds of the world’s best schools, and to get a better idea of what they teach, what each school is really like, and which will give you the most help in your career. Below we have listed many of the world’s finest schools and universities. Just scroll down the list, and click ‘view more’ to read about as many schools as you like. Then you can explore what courses each school, college or university offers by clicking on them.

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The University of Greenwich was founded in 1890. It was then known as Woolwich Polytechnic, and what the second polytechnic to be founded in the UK. They began offering formal degrees as early as 1907. Woolwich offered the first ‘sandwich’ courses in the UK, in cooperation with the Ministry of War and Woolwich Arsenal. After […]

University of Greenwich

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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

UK

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Leeds Trinity University is barely 50 years old. It was founded in 1966 as Trinity College and All Saints College, both Catholic teacher training schools. Trinity was a women’s school, and All Saints taught men. The schools merged to become Trinity and All Saints College in 1980 under Dr Mary Hallaway. It became a College […]

Leeds Trinity University

UK

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Abertay University was founded as The Dundee Technical Institute in 1888, though funding began with a bequest from the 1st Baronet of Kilmaron, Sir David Baxter, in 1872. The curriculum taught there included a scientific, technical and art classes. It moved to a larger site on Bell Street (Still in Dundee) in 1911. Its name […]

Abertay University

UK

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The University of Nottingham’s history begins with the opening of the first civic college in Nottingham, back in 1881. By 1928 it had outgrown its first facility, and had moved to the new campus at University Park in Highfields, near Wollaton. It only officially became The University of Nottingham in 1948, when it was awarded […]

University of Nottingham

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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

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