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.

Header Text

lorupm ipsum

Download
Click to search the things that are most important to you, and we'll show you what we've got.
Search By
Bishop Grosseteste University got its start in 1862, as a teacher training college for women. Located in Lincoln and closely aligned to the Anglican Church. It was soon renamed the Lincoln Diocesan Training College. The school was renamed the Bishop Grosseteste College in 1962, to mark its centenary. The name comes from Robert Grosseteste, a […]

Bishop Grosseteste University

UK

Total Rating 0 out of 5 -No Review

Views: 108

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

UK

Total Rating 0 out of 5 -No Review

Views: 94

The University of Worcester was founded in began in 1946. A that time it was known as the Emergency Teacher Training College as it was built to address the severe need for trained teaching staff after WWII. The school added subjects steadily, and became Worcester College of Higher Education in the 1970s. At that time, […]

University of Worcester

UK

Total Rating 0 out of 5 -No Review

Views: 81

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

Total Rating 0 out of 5 -No Review

Views: 92

Solent University got its start as The School of Art in Southampton back in 1856. This became the Southampton College of Art, and eventually merged with the Southampton College of Technology and the College of Nautical Studies, located nearby in Warsash. The combined institution came to be called the Southampton Institute of Higher Education. The […]

Solent University

UK

Total Rating 0 out of 5 -No Review

Views: 112

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

UK

Total Rating 0 out of 5 -No Review

Views: 101

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

Total Rating 0 out of 5 -No Review

Views: 98

Buckinghamshire New University was founded back in 1891, then called the School of Science and Art. At the time it mostly provided evening classes to High Wycombe students. In the years following the First World War, it took the name of the Wycombe Technical Institute, and provided craft-based education for injured veterans. The school’s mission […]

Buckinghamshire New University

UK

Total Rating 0 out of 5 -No Review

Views: 85

Please sign in to shortlist your item

Login No, Thanks!

Please sign in to shortlist your item

Login No, Thanks!