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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

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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

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Newcastle University has been through quite a few names in its long history. It began as two separate institutions, Armstrong College which was founded in 1871 and the School of Medicine and Surgery which was founded in 1834, both in Newcastle upon Tyne, of course. Collectively, these schools were a division of the University of […]

Newcastle University

UK

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The University of Leeds was founded under that name in 1904. However, it was formed by merging two older institutions – the Yorkshire College of Science (founded 1874) and the Leeds School of Medicine (founded 1831). The University of Leeds today enrols more than 34,000 students from more than 150 different countries, more than 7000 […]

University of Leeds

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The University of Kent was granted its royal charter in 1965 with barely 500 students. It expanded throughout the late 1960s, adding the Darwin, Keynes, Rutherford and Elliot colleges. The first international branch opened in Europe in 1998 at the University of Kent, Brussels. The 2000’s and 2010’s saw a flurry of expansion, resulting in […]

University of Kent

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The University for the Creative Arts is spread across 4 campuses in Kent and Surrey. It got its start as a disparate set of public art and design colleges in the Southeast. These were the Farnham School of art (founded 1866), the Maidstone College of Art (founded 1867), the Guildford School of Art (founded 1870), […]

University for the Creative Arts

UK

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Liverpool Hope University was founded as The Church of England’s Warrington Training College in 1844, quickly joined by The Sisters of Notre Dame’s Our Lady’s Training College in 1856. In 1964 Christ’s College was opened as well and the three joined together as an Ecumenical Federation in 1980. This was known as the Liverpool institute […]

Liverpool Hope University

UK

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Leeds Arts University was effectively founded in 1846, when the Literary Institute merged with the Leeds Mechanics Institute to become the Leeds School of Art. Though there have been several name changes over the years, the focus on producing commercially and industrially successful artists remains the same. The name Leeds College of Arts was adopted […]

Leeds Arts University

UK

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