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Birkbeck, University of London was founded nearly 200 years ago, in 1823. The London Mechanics’ Institute was founded in the Crown and Anchor tavern on London’s famous Strand in order to bring better educational opportunities to the city’s common people. Artisans and craftspeople were given access to courses including art, economics and the sciences, something […]

Birkbeck, University of London

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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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York St John University was founded in 1841 As York Training School. They provided skilled teachers for York, St John’s College and the Diocesan Boards of Education for Ripon. St Margaret’s College, a school for women’s teachers, was opened in Ripon in 1862. These merged in 1975 to form the College of Ripon and York […]

York St John University

UK

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St Mary’s University began in 1850 as a teacher’s training school with close ties to the Catholic Church. It soon outgrew its original campus at Brook Green in Hammersmith, and it moved to a larger facility at Strawberry Hill in 1925. This campus originally held around 250 students, but has been enlarged several times. In […]

St Mary’s University

UK

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University of the Arts London’s nearly 200 years of history and traditions make it what it is today. UAL got its start as seven separate institutions: The London College of Fashion, the College for the Distributive Trades, the Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts, the Central School of Art and Design, the London College of […]

University of the Arts London

UK

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The University of Stirling is a modern university, founded in 1967. Its first Chancellor was Lord Robbins, best known for revolutionising and revitalising higher education in the UK. Robbins understood that the UK as a whole was heavily dependent on what he called ‘education with a purpose’. Called ‘The Robbins Principle’, this states that places […]

University of Stirling

UK

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The University of reading was first given the Royal Charter in 1926, and is already planning for its 100th anniversary. Reading was the only university to be honoured with a royal charter between World War 1 and World War 2. Before taking the name ‘University of Reading, though, it was an extension College of the […]

University of Reading

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

UK

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