WHY STUDY AT ANGLIA RUSKIN UNIVERSITY
Our courses are designed to be not only relevant to the needs of industry and the professions, but also engaging and stimulating with the emphasis on the acquisition of practical skills.
- Our Department of Vision and Hearing Sciences has a long-established relationship with some of the UK’s largest retail opticians, including Spec savers, Boots and Vision Express, giving our students opportunities for work-based learning.
- Our Lord Ashcroft International Business School has developed a course with Barclays Bank Plc. On this course, which is also being offered more widely as a talent recruitment and staff development solution for other businesses, students are work-based, sponsored and salaried for all three years of their course.
- Our Biomedical Science course is accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science and our Forensic Science pathways have recently been accredited by The Forensic Science Society.
- Our MA Film and TV Production has established links with 4Rights, Channel 4 television’s commercial arm and talks and seminars are provided by members of Channel 4’s commissioning and business staff. Our students have the opportunity to pitch to 4Rights, Channel 4’s commercial arm, and 4Rights may make development funds available to students whose work justifies investment.
- Our Legal Practice Course was the first in the country to receive Skillsmark accreditation and was awarded a Grade 1 – the top award of four possible grades – consolidating our reputation as a provider of top quality, work-based learning. Skillsmark was established by Skills for Justice, the Sector Skills Council which covers all employers, employees and volunteers working in the UK justice system, as part of its mission to link learning to reputable and valued qualifications.
We have more than 30,000 students, and are one of the largest universities in the East of England
- We supply many of the region’s teachers, nurses, midwives and social workers and are the largest provider of undergraduate courses in subjects allied to medicine.
- We’re the largest undergraduate provider in the subject area of Architecture, Building and Planning.
- We’re the largest undergraduate provider for Mass Communication and Documentation.
We conduct world-leading research
In the Government’s most recent Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) for Higher Education Institutes we were the top-rated modern university for Psychology, 2nd for English Language & Literature (including contributions from Communication, Film and Media) and 3rd for History.
- Rated ‘world-leading’: 8 of our areas of research – Allied Health Professions & Studies; Art & Design; English Language & Literature; Geography & Environmental Studies; History; Music; Psychology and Social Work; Social Policy & Administration had a proportion of their work rated as ‘world-leading’.
- More than 30% of our submissions were rated as ‘internationally excellent’ or ‘world-leading’.
We have great facilities
- We’ve invested over £81m in the last five years, with a further £90m planned over the next five. Among our specialist study facilities we have:
- a suite of forensic science laboratories, complete with a scene of crime unit
- four University libraries (including an extensive digital library in addition to our on-site print collections)
- a suite of multimedia sound and recording studios
- a Human Energetics Sports Science Laboratory
- a University Eye Clinic
- simulated hospital wards and operating theatres
- bespoke counselling rooms
- the 266-seat Mumford Theatre
- two art galleries; Ruskin Gallery in Cambridge, with its groundbreaking digital exhibition space, and Rivermead Gallery in Chelmsford
- a mock courtroom, for our Law students
- a state-of-the-art Language Centre
- Multimedia language laboratories.
- We care about our environment
- We were ranked 10th in the Green League 2010 by People & Planet; a league table based on 11 environmental criteria, both policy and performance-related.
- Through our efforts to reduce our environmental impact we have achieved accreditation to ISO 14001, an internationally recognised standard.
- We were awarded the Carbon Trust Standard from 2008-2011 for our efforts to reduce carbon emissions.
- We’ve had a Fairtrade policy since 2007 and aim to stock as many Fairtrade products as is feasible in our restaurants, bars, cafés and other outlets. We also hold events throughout the Fairtrade Fortnight each year.
- Our graduates have great prospects
- Our Employer Mentoring Scheme is highly-regarded, and has Home Office recognition. The scheme has been designed to support 2nd year undergraduates in thinking about, and planning for, the transition from study to work. Each student is carefully matched with a mentor from their chosen career field, who volunteers time to provide skills-building, support and encouragement.
- Our on-campus recruitment agency, the Employment Bureau, also support students in finding part-time work whilst studying, and full-time employment after graduation.
- We’re one of the most socially inclusive universities in the UK
- Over 96% of our students come from state schools.
- We take pride in making international students feel at home
- We were ranked top three in the UK for our Welcome, Arrival and Orientation Programme for new international students in the autumn 2010 International Student Barometer, an independent survey of current international students at UK universities.
- Our Student Services provides a range of academic guidance and professional services, including careers and personal and counselling support services. Our student advisers provide financial aid and impartial advice, as well as practical help with managing money. For example: welfare loans, support to access charitable and trust monies, and a range of money management and cooking workshops.
- Our support doesn’t end at graduation
We’re in touch with over 60,000 alumni in more than 140 countries.
Our former students include: Pink Floyd members Syd Barrett and David Gilmour CBE, Ronald Searle CBE (creator of St Trinian’s), Peter Fluck and Roger Law (creators of Spitting Image), David Driver (Head of Design at The Times), Nicholas Crane (presenter of Coast and Great British Journeys), former Attorney General Baroness Scotland of Asthal, and Lord Ashcroft KCMG, one of the outstanding businessmen of his generation.
Cardiff University is situated in the heart of the Welsh capital.
At Cardiff University we aim to be a world-leading, research-excellent, educationally outstanding university, driven by creativity and curiosity. We value the contributions that our postgraduate students make to the University and its aims, and seek to offer a challenging and supportive environment in which you too can achieve your personal goals. We look forward to welcoming you to Cardiff in the near future.
Why Cardiff University?
- We are research intensive
- Our world-leading research was ranked 5th for quality and 2nd for impact amongst UK universities in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework
- Our world-class research staff includes Nobel Laureates, Fellows of the Royal Society and fellows of other learned societies
- Research funding awards exceed £100m annually, with a total value of our research contracts of £500m
- We are innovative
- We are in the top five universities for the number of Knowledge Transfer Partnerships
- We are 8th in the UK for the number of interactions with small and medium-sized enterprises
- Our partnership with Fusion IP has led to over £40m investment in spinout companies
- Our enterprising graduates have founded more than 270 businesses in the last three years
- We are investing £300m in our new Innovation Campus, including £44m in a new facility to house a unique collection of the most powerful brain imaging scanners in Europe
- We care about our students
- With more than 30,000 students we are the 12th largest university in the UK. Of these, more than 8,000 are postgraduates
- We understand the pressures of advanced study and so our Graduate Centre provides you with the opportunity to work and socialise in a dedicated facility
- Our University Graduate College provides training and support to our research students
- 86% of our research and 92% of our taught students were satisfied with their overall experience; more than the UK average
- We are part of the Great Western Four Alliance of four universities working together to translate research into real-world applications and stimulate growth
- Many of our Doctoral Training Programmes are run in partnership with other universities
- We have a strong engagement with the public sector, higher education institutes, and businesses and industries in Wales, the UK and beyond
- We run engagement projects with communities in Cardiff, Wales and beyond
- We were ranked 5th among UK universities when judged on research quality and 2nd on research impact in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework.
- This prestigious national assessment exercise, undertaken periodically by the UK funding councils, has confirmed our place as a world-leading centre of research excellence
Cardiff Business School
Ranked number 6 for Business and Management Studies in the UK by REF 2014.
Ranked number 7 in the Times Good University Guide 2015.
Brand new £13.5 million Postgraduate Teaching Centre which houses the School’s postgraduate programmes.
Graduate destinations: Deloitte, HSBC, KPMG, PWC, Microsoft
School of English, Communication & Philosophy
Ranked in top 10 for English Language and Literature in the UK by REF 2014.
Research-inspired teaching prepares students for graduate destinations in fields of legal and education professions, publishing and the creative industries and also private sector business.
Cardiff Law School
Ranked number 13 for Law in the UK by REF 2014.
Ranked in the top 150 for Law in the world by the QS World Rankings 2015.
One of the largest law libraries in the UK with over 100,000 volumes and a wealth of online resources.
The only Russell Group University to offer professional training courses, BPTC and LPC
Graduate destinations: Azmi and Associates in Kuala Lumpur; Fox, Mandal and Little in New Delhi; Hassan and Hassan in Pakistan; Nigerian Ports Authority.
School of Social Sciences
Ranked number 3 for Sociology in the UK by REF 2014.
Ranked top 150 in the world for Sociology and Education by the QS World University Rankings 2015.
Research influences policy and practice, with the School having excellent links with Government, major private and public organisations and the voluntary sector.
School of Medicine
Ranked number 8 in the UK for Clinical Medicine by the REF 2014.
Ranked in the top 150 for Medicine in the QS World Rankings 2015.
One of the largest Medical Schools in the UK and linked with institutions worldwide.
The School is based at one of the UK’s biggest hospitals.
The UK’s largest medical school provider of postgraduate distance learning programmes.
Reputation – Founded in 1883, Cardiff University is established as one of Britain’s leading research universities. A member of the elite Russell Group top 24 UK research-led universities.
Our 2016 International Scholarship Fund of c.£1.5M offers awards across all academic levels: Foundation, Undergraduate, Postgraduate Taught, and PhD.
There are many scholarships on offer to our prospective students.
Cardiff University scholarships
Details of our scholarships including eligible subjects and how to apply.
Academic School scholarships
Our academic schools offer scholarships to high-achieving students.
Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol scholarships
The Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol offers a number of scholarships for studying through the medium of Welsh.
• At Cardiff University, we have a range of services dedicated to helping you to make the most of student life.
• It is important to us that our students feel that they have the support they need in order to thrive during their time with us. Student Support Centre Our Student Support Centre houses five main areas of support provision available to our postgraduates.
• Advice and Guidance We offer free, impartial, nonjudgemental and confidential advice, face-to-face over the phone and by email.
• This service is available to prospective and current students in relation to a range of issues including extra funding, bursaries, fees, loans, debts, childcare, housing, academic matters and other welfare issues.
• Financial Support
• The Student Support Centre offers advice on funding, benefits and placement year funding, in addition to overseeing financial support services for students experiencing money issues.
• A variety of support is available for students with financial difficulties, including the Financial Contingency and Hardship funds.
• Counselling, Health and Wellbeing We offer of a range of support to students on a confidential basis, including wellbeing interventions, self-help resources, interactive workshops, wellbeing drop-in sessions and one-to-one, email and telephone counselling.
• Disability and Dyslexia
• The Disability and Dyslexia Service provides information, advice and support to students and applicants with specific learning difficulties, disabilities, medical conditions and mental health difficulties.
• We provide a non-judgmental and confidential service to assist you during your studies. International Students Confidential advice and support for students from outside the UK on a wide range of issues including immigration and visas.
• Careers & Employability
• Our careers service offers advice and information, workshops, events, work experience placements and more.
• The centre provides information, advice and support on all aspects of career planning, including what to do with your degree, job hunting and recruitment, further study, taking time out, work experience, academic skills and employability.
• University Chaplaincy
• Our inter-faith chaplaincy offers advice, support and care, as well as supporting student groups and organising a regular programme of worship, lectures and social events.
• Our Chaplains provide a range of services, including social events, opportunities to explore religious faith and issues of social justice, confidential pastoral listening, quiet spaces for prayer or meditation, lectures and debates, opportunities for worship and communal prayer, information about local faith communities and places of worship, and inter-faith events to encourage dialogue between members of different religions.
• Day Care Centre
• The Day Care Centre provides crèche facilities to students with children aged 10 weeks to 5 years.
• Located in the heart of the Cathays Campus, the Centre offers care through the medium of English and basic Welsh.
• The staff provides children with age-appropriate learning and play activities, and nutritious, well-balanced meals catering to vegetarian and other diets.
• Early application is advisable
• We know that where you live is very important to you. You will want to settle quickly and live in a secure, sociable location that is also a suitable study environment.
• University Residences Living in a University residence provides you with the opportunity to meet and get to know students from a variety of backgrounds and studying a range of different subjects.
• Dedicated postgraduate flats and blocks are available so that you can meet, live and work alongside students who understand the demands of postgraduate study. We have numerous residences, with facilities, locations and budgets to suit every student.
• Your choices include: Single or mixed gender accommodation Private or shared bathrooms.
• About 70% of University residences have private bathrooms
• Self-catered, part-catered or fully catered (with vegetarian options)
• A variety of social and sporting facilities
• A limited supply of residences suitable for couples or families is available, Please note this cannot be guaranteed and you should not bring your family to Cardiff until suitable accommodation has been secured.
• Information on how to apply for University accommodation will be sent electronically to all eligible offer-holders.
• Private Sector Accommodation For UK students, and for any international or EU Students who wish to rent privately owned accommodation rather than live in University halls, there is a good variety of accommodation available for rental in the city.
• Our Residences Office can provide you with lists of properties known to us that are currently available to rent.
• Our Students’ Union also runs its own professional letting agency, Cardiff Student Letting, which provides student houses for many budgets and does not charge agency fees.
• Other letting agencies are available within the city, but you should always ensure they are reputable before signing any paperwork or handing over any money
Self- catered student houses (column road & village) – Rs 196056
Talybont north (A- R, Room 6) En-suite small – Rs 213696
Student Houses (column road & village) shared bathroom – Rs 213640
Aberdare hall shared bathroom – Rs 213640
Cardiff University has a range of residences to suit individual preferences and budgets.
Undergraduates and overseas/EU postgraduates (arriving in September) are guaranteed a place in accommodation for the duration of their studies.
Estimated Living Costs – Rs 410984
Cardiff has one of the lowest living costs of any major UK University city.
Each year there are a range of Cardiff University scholarship awards that students are able to apply for.
25 academic schools, offering over 300 Undergraduate courses, more than 200 Postgraduate Taught Masters’ and a vast range of Postgraduate Research Degrees.
Cardiff University is investing £300m in a new Innovation Campus, which will include The Centre for Student Life and the building of a new £44m brain research imaging centre (CUBRIC).
At Cardiff, you can choose from over 300 degree programmes. We offer flexibility so you can tailor some components of your degree to suit your own interests and career ambitions.
• Bachelor of Arts – 14000 Pounds (Rs 784000) per year
• Business school courses – 14500 Pounds (Rs 812000) per year
• Bachelor of Dental Surgery – 31000 Pounds (Rs 1736000) per year
• BSC physiotherapy – 17500 Pounds (Rs 980000) per year
• Bachelor of Nursing – 24399 Pounds (Rs 1366344)
Top 5 reasons to study the Cardiff University International Foundation Programme:
- Automatic progression to many degree schemes at Cardiff University upon successful completion.
- Taught on Cardiff University campus, with students full members of Cardiff University with access to all facilities.
- Each student is allocated two personal tutors, one for the English language modules studied and one for the academic subjects. Offering support and guidance to students.
- Guaranteed accommodation at Cardiff University residences.
- Comprehensive induction programme with a free coach collection service from Heathrow and Cardiff airport, also including information events and social activities.
Why choosing Coventry University
Coventry has been named the UK’s City of Culture 2021!
Any student you send to us can expect to see the city transformed with millions of pounds of investment while they study here.
They will have the chance to earn a highly respected degree from a TEF Gold University, and be able to tell family, friends and employers that they are a graduate from the UK’s City of Culture!
As a Principal Partner of the successful bid, our city centre campus, students, academics and societies have been at the heart of events to #BackTheBid.
We’ve seen a wealth of of art exhibitions, stage shows, craft workshops, radio plays, dance events and music, and there is much more to come!
For those students taking performing arts, photography, dance, fashion, art or design, winning this award is a great chance to get inspired and to work alongside successful professionals in the wider arts community!
• Coventry University is a public research university in the city of Coventry, England.
• It was established as a university through the Further and Higher Education Act 1992, and was formerly known as Lanchester Polytechnic until 1987 and Coventry Polytechnic until it gained university status in 1992.
• With over 30,000 students (as of 2012), Coventry University is the larger of the two universities in the city
Nationally, Coventry is ranked 58th by The Complete University Guide 2014, 33rd by The Guardian University Guide 2014, and 45th by The Times and Sunday Times University Guide 2014. Internationally, Coventry is ranked within the top 800 universities in the world by the 2013/14 QS World University Rankings, the first time it has been included in such a ranking.
Coventry ranked top modern university in new Times and Sunday Times league table
We invest with you in your career by providing great learning opportunities, strong structured teaching and state of the art facilities
Coventry University is here not only to provide high quality education for students but to also ensure that your future career is also looked after. We provide extensive support through our central careers service, faculty employability teams, the unique Advantage employability programme and our popular and innovative Global Leaders Programme.
In the increasingly global context of trade and recruitment, competition for graduate jobs has become fiercer than ever. Students and graduates with an international profile are favorably positioned to seize the best employment opportunities.
Coventry is the 4th safest place to study in the country
It is centrally located with superb links to the rest of the UK
15 minutes to Birmingham airport by train, 1 hour to London by train
It offers low cost, secure, accommodation within walking distance
World-leading and internationally excellent research in every Faculty
Flexible entry points
Flexible start dates – September and January intakes
It offers up to £1500 worth of scholarships available to each international student
World Class facilities
One of the best Business Schools in the world
Internationally recognised Engineering and Computing faculty
World renowned School of Art and Design
National recognition for high quality of provision of applied and professional courses in Health and Life Sciences
Faculties and schools
Coventry is divided into three faculties and one school, each divided into different departments:
Coventry School of Art and Design
Design and Visual Arts
Faculty of Business, Environment and Society
Coventry Business School
English and Languages
Geography, Environment and Disaster Management
International Studies and Social Science
Coventry Law School
Faculty of Engineering and Computing
Civil Engineering, Architecture and Building
Mathematics and Control Engineering
Mechanical and Automotive Engineering
Aerospace, Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Faculty of Health and Life Sciences
Biomolecular and Sport Sciences
Nursing and Health Studies
Psychology and Behavioural Sciences
Social, Therapeutic and Community Studies
Tuition fees – International students Intake International student fees 2012 -2013 International student fees 2013 -2014
MBA Global Business January, April and October £13,780 £14,500
MBA Oil and Gas Management January, April and October £13,780 £14,500
MBA Aviation Management April and October £16,750 £16,750
MBA (all other courses) January, April and October £13,780 £14,500
MSc January and October £13,780 £12,250
Undergraduate Degree (3 year course) January and October £10,375 £11,040
Undergraduate Top-up Degree January and October £9,900 £11,040
Coventry University scholarships are awarded to recognise truly exceptional academic and sports achievement.
University owned houses
St Margaret Road
On campus, TheHub is the centre of student life: it is the place to gather, grab a coffee with friends, have a meal, see a band in the SU, or just hang out. In short – it’s TheHub of campus life. But there is also the University’s Sports Centre just across from TheHub, and the Westwood Heath Sports facilities with floodlit AstroTurf and grass pitches for football, hockey, rugby and cricket. There are nearly 100 clubs and societies for you to join – a great way to make new friends. We realise that many of you will need to take a part-time job while you are at University, so we even have our own on campus recruitment agency: thefutureworks.
WHY CHOOSING BRUNEL UNIVERSITY
Brunel University has been ranked top in London, 6th in the UK and 35th in the world in a new world ranking of the top 100 universities founded in the last 50 year.
Brunel University has been ranked as joint 15th in the Times Higher Education (THE) list of the 25 most international universities in the world.
Brunel Business School is a dynamic and ambitious environment that fosters and promotes world class learning, excellence in teaching, whilst creating a global professional advantage for all its students. The School is well recognised by numerous international bodies and features prominently in many league tables.
SCHOOL AND UNIVERSITY RANKINGS
In top 7 best Business Schools in London
- Brunel Business School won the Business School of the Year Award by the Times Higher Education Awards held in association with Santander Universities and supported by the Higher Education Academy in 2013.
- The Complete University Guide 2014 ranked Brunel Business School 3rd in London for student satisfaction and 6th in London for business studies.
- Sunday Times University Guide 2013 ranked Brunel Business School 4th in London and 21st in UK for business and management studies.
- The Times Good University Guide 2013 ranked Brunel Business School 6th in London and 45th in UK for business and management studies.
- Guardian University Guide 2014 ranked Brunel Business School 7th in London and 44th in UK for business and management studies.
- Brunel Business School has been shortlisted in the Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards for Strategic Planning in 2014.
- Brunel University has been ranked 1st in London, 6th in UK and 35th in the world in a new world ranking of the top 100 universities founded in the last 50 years by Times Higher Education.
- Brunel University is ranked 5th in London for student satisfaction according to National Student Survey
- Brunel has gone up by 20 places in the 2013 QS World University Rankings and is now in position 331 in the world
- Brunel University has been awarded one of the most prestigious awards – the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Further and Higher Education for its ground-breaking research
- The last Research Assessment Exercise (2008) placed Brunel Business School in the top 25% of UK Business Schools, with 80% of our staff deemed to be producing work of international excellence.
Study in a campus-based university offering a safe, friendly and positive environment
Benefit from state-of-the-art teaching, recreation and sporting facilities
Develop a wide range of employability skills and improve your career prospects
Experience a diverse range of clubs and societies for an action-packed social life
All pathway programmes offer small class sizes for greater individual attention
All programmes provide students with the option to take a ‘work-experience’ year
Brunel University is in the Top 5 in London for student satisfaction (NSS, 2011)
Take advantage of our three undergraduate and three postgraduate pathway intakes a year.
Brunel’s programmes are characterized by excellent teaching and also opportunities for students to acquire research skills and to work alongside leading researchers.
Very importantly, our students have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of extracurricular activities and to enjoy a campus-based social life.
Brunel graduates display a range of key attributes that are very important to employers, including intellectual rigour, project management skills, teamwork and adaptability. This means that our graduates are in great demand from high-quality employers.
School Rankings and Accreditations:
- The Brunel Business School is ranked in Top 20 Best Business Schools in UK according to the Financial Times
- The Brunel Business School is ranked in Top 75 European Business Schools according to the Financial Times
- The Brunel MBA is one of a distinguished group of MBA programmes worldwide to have achieved accreditation by The Association of MBAs (AMBA), the leading MBA accreditation body
Colleges and departments
Brunel has three constituent Academic Colleges:
- College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences;
- College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences
- College of Health and Life Sciences
LIVING COSTS AND BUDGETING
The average student will need around £7,000 for each year of study to cover their living costs (not including tuition fees).
At Brunel, we can help you stick to your budget with great value accommodation and facilities.
The following list outlines how much the average student can expect to spend per term while studying at Brunel (calculations are based on a 12-week term).
- Accommodation – £1500
- based on a couple sharing) Bills (off campus) – Gas £120 per term/Electric £120 per term/TV Licence £37 per term/Water £30 per term / Telephone & Internet £120 per term
- Phone (Mobile) £90 to £100 per term
- Food & Groceries £ 330.00 per term
- Travel (variable) Tube Zones 1-6 with student travel card is £ 40.00 per week
- Bus Pass £14.10 per week
- Books/Equipment (depends upon Course undertaken – Schools may be able to provide more exact details – for Access to Learning Fund
- Purposes we allow up to £600 per academic year
- Clothing/Other Shopping £200 – £300 per quarter
- Entertainment £360
Every student is different, and you should calculate your own budget based on your personal circumstances.
International (non-EU) students: £14,100 (low band), £15,400 (mid band) or £17,200 (high band).
Low – College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences (except Business, Communications & Media and Games Design)
Physical Education and Youth Sport £14,100
Middle – Dept of Business
Dept of Mathematics (inc Foundation)
Dept of Computer Sciences
Communication & Media Studies £15,400
High – College of Health and Life Sciences (except Physical Education and Youth Sport & Psychology)
Dept of Design
All Engineering Departments (inc Foundation) £17,200
SANDWICH PLACEMENT YEAR
Sandwich courses last for four years. Thick-sandwich students spend Year 3 gaining work experience, while students following a thin-sandwich course benefit from two shorter work placements in Years 2 and 3.
For students entering the University September 2012 onwards, the fee for a placement year is £1,000. It is payable in year 3 of a 4 year sandwich course, regardless of whether the course is thick or thin sandwich. A scholarship is available to cover the tuition fee of the placement year.
THE BRUNEL INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS
We are pleased to announce our 2014/15 Brunel International Scholarships, which will comprise a 15% discount on the cost of tuition fees.
Thanks to the generosity of Brunel’s alumni and supporters, we are offering 37 awards, which are open to Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Research students who are classed as overseas for fee purposes.
The Brunel International Scholarship Programme is an annual award, run by the Brunel International office and open to all international students.
Its goal is to provide over £110,000 of financial support to exceptional students.
Scholarship holders will go on to represent Brunel as ambassadors throughout their time at the University.
Plymouth, England where the main campus is located, but the university has campuses and affiliated colleges all over South West England.
Why Choose Plymouth University
- With a mission to advance knowledge and transform lives through education and research, Plymouth University is among the emerging global elite of modern higher education institutions.
- Ranked as the number one modern (post-1992) university in the UK by Times Higher Education in October 2014, Plymouth is distinguished by its approach to combining world-class research and teaching with a commitment to widening participation and social inclusion.
- Our University campus is at the centre of a thriving, oceanfront city in one of the UK’s most beautiful regions.
- Plymouth has everything you would expect from the largest city in the South West – major high street stores, theatres, multiplex cinema, art cinemas, and a wealth of small clubs and venues.
- We also enjoy easy access to the fine beaches and beautiful countryside of the South West.
- The Students’ Union (UPSU) also has a great selection of events and cheap drinks as well as providing valuable support and advice for anyone who needs help.’
- One of the UK’s largest universities, with history dating back to 1862. Later became a polytechnic and received university status in 1992.
- Plymouth is the first modern university to set up its own medical and dental school – the Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry.
- Awarded a Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education in 2012 in respect of its marine and maritime work.
- The first university in the world to receive a Social Enterprise Mark in recognition of its sustainability.
- Consistently ranked as one of the leading universities in the UK, and awarded a Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education in 2012, Plymouth has a strong record of excellence, enterprise and innovation across its teaching and research activities.
- Times Higher Education ranked Plymouth between 301st and 350th in its World University Rankings 2015–16, and ranked it as equal 59th in a list of the world 150 best universities under 50 years old, in April 2016.
- One of the UK’s largest universities, with history dating back to 1862. Later became a polytechnic and received university status in 1992.
- The first university in the world to receive a Social Enterprise Mark in recognition of its sustainability.
- Peninsula Schools of Medicine & Dentistry (PU PSMD) – UG Medicine (BMBS) and UG Dentistry (BDS) only (Full time Pre-clinical) – 17800 pounds (Rs 996800)
- BSc (Hons) Architectural Engineering – 3 years + optional placement – 12250 pounds (Rs 686000) per year
- BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering – 3 years + optional placement – 12250 pounds (Rs 686000) per year
- Management, Government and Law – 10300 Pounds (Rs 576800) per year
- BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance – 3 years + optional placement – 12250 pounds (Rs 686000) per year
- BA (Hons) Human Resource Management – 1 year – 12250 pounds (Rs 686000) per year
Halls on Campus:
- En suite: £138.39/week (Rs 7784), annualized amount £5,673.99 (Rs 317744) – (41 week contract)
- Large en suite: £150.71/week (Rs 8456), annualized amount £6,179.11 (Rs 346080) – (41 week contract)
- Three bed flat: £150.71/week (Rs 8456) (per room), annualized amount £6,179.11 (Rs 346080) – (41 week contract)
- Large studio: £158.90/week, (Rs 8904) annualized amount £6,514.90 (Rs 364840) – (41 week contract)
- Interior: £97.30/week (Rs 5488), annualized amount £3,892 (Rs 217952) – (40 week contract)
- Standard: £99.47/week (Rs 5600), annualized amount £3,978.80 (Rs 222768) – (40 week contract)
- Mary Newman En suite: £138.39/ (Rs 7784) week, annualized amount £5,673.99 (Rs 317744) (41 week contract)
- Large en suite: £142.52/week (Rs 8008), annualized amount £5,843.32 (Rs 327208) – (41 week contract)
- Extra large en suite: £150.71/week (Rs 8456), annualized amount £6,179.11 (Rs 346080) – (41 week contract)
Plymouth Student Support
- disability and dyslexia
- faith and spiritual support
- learning development
- Wellbeing Centre
- care leavers
- peer assisted learning scheme (PALS)
- SUM:UP mathematics drop-in sessions
Why choose the University of Hertfordshire
Great reasons to make us your first choice
Your degree studies will provide you with the knowledge, practical skills and experience that employers look for, giving you the best chance of career success.
You’ll enjoy high-quality teaching, which is independently commended by the UK’s Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education. Many of our degree courses are also accredited by professional bodies.
Flexible study routes
To help you meet our entry requirements we offer a range of tailored foundation and preparation courses. These are designed to improve your English language, develop study skills, and build your subject knowledge, before you start your degree.
Twenty-first century study facilities
You’ll have access to award-winning Learning Resources Centres, which are widely regarded as the best among UK universities, as well as state-of-the-art specialist facilities at our schools.
You’ll also be connected to student, your online University available 24/7 on the web from any location.
A great location
You’ll be only half an hour from central London, and within easy reach of all 4 of the capital’s international airports. You’re guaranteed university accommodation in your first year on an attractive, safe campus.
Location and Safe Transport
- Two sites – one in Hatfield and one in Bayfordbury (a rural field station and observatory outside Hertford).
- Outstanding transport links to the rest of the UK, the university is well located with London only 25 minutes’ away by train to London King’s Cross tube and railway station.
- Uno Bus, a University of Hertfordshire owned bus company, was set up by the university in 1992 to provide student transport to the expanding university from local areas as well as improving east–west travel across the county and opening up new links from north London.
- International transport well served with London Luton and London Stansted airports just 20 miles from the university.
- More than 50% of our academic staff are Fellows of the Higher Education Academy, recognising their commitment to professionalism in teaching and learning.
- The university’s School of Pharmacy has been awarded full Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain accreditation.
- 95.2% of our students are in employment or further study within six months after graduation. (Destination of Leavers from Higher Education 2013–14).
- The university invests significant resources in building partnerships with industry to ensure our students benefit from those relationships.
- Students are well served in information technology. The Library and Resource Centre on the College Lane Campus offers 24-hour access to hundreds of computer workstations.
- A second centre on the de Havilland campus provides another 1,100 workstations.
- The virtual learning environment has been a leader in its field, giving all staff and students their own storage space. Students can use it for study, revision or communication, as well as to access university information.
- UHArts is an umbrella organisation promoting the arts and maximising the use of the university’s arts venues, performance spaces and galleries for professional arts events.
- A nursery with places for student and staff children aged 3 months–5 years.
- The main source of nightlife is the Forum – it offers the best live entertainment and club facilities available in Hertfordshire. With a total capacity of 2,000, the Forum is a sophisticated venue with three entertainment spaces, a restaurant, a café, multiple bars and onsite parking.
- The ‘local pub’ on campus, the revamped Ele house, holds comfy seats, big screen TVs, and pool tables providing a convenient location to socialise. Open daily from 11.00–23.00 with food served every day.
- The university has over 400 different software applications available for students and staff to use. This includes a Microsoft Office 365 account for the duration of their time at UH.
- Wi-fi is available across campus and in on campus residences.
- Student union shops are located on both College Lane and De Havilland campuses
- The university’s Student Centre is housed in the Hutton Hub along with an on-site bank.
- University of Hertfordshire ranks 351-400 among world universities by Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2014.
- In another university ranking published by Times Higher Education (THE 100 Under 50 universities 2015), a global ranking of the top 100 world universities under 50 years old, University of Hertfordshire was placed 71st.
- In another league table released by Times Higher Education in January 2015, Hertfordshire ranks 84th in the top 100 most international universities in the world. The rankings are based on excellence across teaching, research, citations, industry income and international outlook.
- In 2015, The University of Hertfordshire has climbed sixteen places in the Guardian University Guide 2015, ranking 66 out of 116 UK universities.
- As one of the UK’s modern universities achieving university status after 1992, the university is currently ranked 42nd out of 67, by the Sunday Times University Guide, for modern university rankings.
- The Sunday Times has ranked the university 15th place, out of the 19 universities, based in the south east of England.
The University offers over 800 undergraduate, postgraduate, CPD, online distance learning and short courses in its 11 schools of study, within which there are around 50 academic departments and 24 research centres.
• Hertfordshire Business School
• Computer Science
• Creative Arts
• Engineering and Technology
• Health and Social Work
• Life and Medical Sciences
• Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics
• Hertfordshire Higher Education Consortium
Undergraduate course: £11,500 per year
Postgraduate course: £12,500 per year
Weekly living expenses
Average living expenses for international students
Type of expense Average cost per week
Rent £60 to £110
Cost for rent will vary depending on if you live on or off campus and in a shared or single room. See cost of campus accommodation.
Utilities: heating/light £20
Costs for heating and light is included if you stay in University campus accommodation.
You may also need to find money to cover additional one-off expenses on arrival, or during your time in the UK, for example:
Average one-off expenses for international students
Type of expense Average cost
Study equipment (including books) £320 to £740
Personal Computer or laptop £1000
Warm clothing £400 to £450
Trips, holidays and social events £500
UH Graduate Scholarships
The value of the UH Graduate Scholarship is a 20% tuition fee reduction.
College Lane Campus
There is a mix of accommodation styles available at this campus, comprising Flats, Houses and traditional Halls of Residence, with shared bathroom and kitchen facilities. All rooms have network connections. There are some double rooms at the College Lane campus.
De Havilland Campus
The de Havilland Campus offers modern, self-contained flats for around eleven students with single bedrooms, en suite facilities, fridges and network connections. The shared kitchens are comfy and have all the latest appliances.
You can live on either campus regardless of where you’re studying.
Off campus accommodation
Ridgeview Lodge is in London Colney, near St Albans, and is a short drive from
Private property managed by University of Hertfordshire
A number of local Hatfield privately owned properties have been secured to increase our capacity to house new students to the University in 2011.
Private rented properties
There are a number of local letting agents in the Hatfield area. We can offer information and advice on renting privately.
Lodgings with a local family
Some students choose to live with a local family, who may even provide meals. We can give you a list of nearby lodgings.
WHY CHOOSE KINGSTON
• With London only a few miles away, excellent transport links to the rest of England and three major airports on our doorstep, Kingston is the gateway to the world! We’re also close to many major businesses, which gives you the opportunity to gain a work placement in a top company and means that you don’t have to travel far to look for a job after you graduate.
• We want you to have a great experience while you’re at Kingston, which is why we offer a range of services to support you.
• We’re always open to new ideas at Kingston, from using the latest technology to make learning fun and enjoyable, to fostering entrepreneurship among our students and staff.
• To further enhance your employability, as well as gain new language skills and experience a different country and culture, we offer the opportunity to work or study abroad as part of your degree.
• Getting involved will not only make life at uni more fun, but it will also broaden your horizons, increase your confidence and make you more interesting to future employers.
Careers and employability
• Having a degree can open doors, but we aim to take you one step further by providing courses that focus on what employers want, giving you the chance to gain workplace skills and work experience and get ahead of the competition. Our teaching is also informed by research that is carried out in the real world, keeping it up to date with the latest developments.
- International students who apply for halls accommodation in good time are guaranteed an offer of accommodation for our halls of residence during their first year (providing they meet our eligibility criteria).
- If you wish to live independently in a flat or a house there is a strong private-rented sector in Kingston and the surrounding areas, with a good range of properties available.
- Our Accommodation Team in the Student Life Centre offers a free and friendly service to help you find the right place to live in private accommodation, including a student-to-student notice board to help you find flatmates, a property vacancy list and a list of local letting agents, as well as help and advice with housing issues.
- Architecture and Landscape
- Art and Design
- Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Drama, Dance, Film, TV, Media and Music
- Geography and Geographical Information Systems (GIS)
- Geology and Earth Sciences
- Health and Social Care Sciences
- History, International Relations and Politics
- Journalism, Language and Literature
- Life Sciences
- Mathematics and Statistics
- Psychology, Criminology and Sociology
- Sport Sciences
- Surveying and Planning
- Undergraduate degree=£10,750 to £12,350
- Postgraduate degrees =£10,250 to £13,400 (however the MBA is £18,560)
- Preparatory courses=£7,700 to £10,875
- the cost of accommodation – either halls of residence or privately rented accommodation (in which case you should expect to pay at least £4,400–£5,000 per year);
- living costs, such as food, travel, laundry and entertainment – we suggest you plan to spend approximately £6,500–£10,000 per year
- Our courses will help to develop the skills and abilities you’ll need to succeed in your career.
Many courses at Kingston University are vocational. This means that they:
- are specifically designed to prepare you for your chosen career
- offer you the chance to gain valuable work experience in industry or commerce
- They often also carry professional accreditation from organisations such as:
- Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA);
- Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS);
- Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD);
- the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM); and
- The British Psychological Society (BPS).
Scholarships and awards
- Kingston University offers a number of scholarships for international students, including subject-specific and country-specific awards. Bursaries for alumni and their families are also available.
- The British Government offers a limited number of awards to international students through the British Council.
DETAILS OF SCHOLARSHIPS
- International scholarships
The International Office awards more than £200,000 worth of partial scholarships to international students every year. These scholarships are available to students who are classified with an ‘overseas’ fee status.
- Loyalty bursaries
Kingston University offers a 10% discount off tuition fees for international students who are applying for a full-time programme and are either: returning to Kingston University after successfully completing a programme here; or have a family connection to Kingston University
- Faculty scholarships
The faculties at Kingston University offer their own range of course-specific scholarships which are available to a variety of overseas and European students.
- External scholarships
Various sources of funding are available to international students from external organisations.
Newcastle University London offers Newcastle University degrees designed by our triple-accredited Business School, as well as a range of university preparation programmes.
Do you want to study business at leading Russell Group university in London’s financial district?
If you apply for either the International Foundation or International Year One at Newcastle University London this September, and confirm your place within three weeks of your offer being issued, you will automatically receive a Rs 280 000 scholarship.
- Our campus is in the City of London – the perfect base for students to develop their professional network.
- The world’s top financial centre, London is home to many global businesses and regular contributions from our industry partners enhance students’ learning experience.
An international alumni network:
- Students can attend networking events with Newcastle University graduates, and our Graduate Connections database puts students in touch with former students from around the world.
- We have more than 122,000 graduates from over 110 countries.
- Newcastle University is committed to Excellence with a Purpose.
- It encourages students to pursue research that finds solutions to pressing global challenges.
- The London campus provides a hub for our wider global research and innovation. Our degree teaching staff are actively engaged in research and have a passion for their subjects.
- We are committed to giving students the skills they need to succeed in the job market. Our reputation is based on the quality of our academic work and research approach, which engages communities, organisations, business and industry.
A global university:
- Newcastle University has a global outlook, with graduates that meet the demands of world economies.
- The university also has well-established programmes and partnerships in:
Why choose Newcastle University London?
- Study in the ‘City of London’: the perfect location to develop your professional network.
- Progress to a Newcastle University degree designed by our triple-accredited Business School.
- Benefit from an industry-immersed education with master classes and internship opportunities.
A couple of things you should know…
- The scholarship amount will be deducted from your tuition fee.
- The scholarship is available for students apply for entry in September 2016 only.
- The scholarship is open to both international fee paying and European students.
- This scholarship cannot be used in conjunction with any other financial discount or scholarship.
At Newcastle University London you can study a range of undergraduate business degrees.
Undergraduate degrees general purpose:
You will study at a world-leading Russell Group university, while based in London’s financial centre.
Available for entry in September 2016:
Accounting and Finance BSc Honours
International Business Management BSc Honours
International Marketing and Management BSc Honours
At Newcastle University London you can study a range of postgraduate business degrees.
You will study at a world-leading Russell Group university, while based in London’s financial centre.
Available for entry in September 2016:
Banking and Finance MSc
International Business Management MSc
International Marketing MSc
For 2016 entry:
RS 504000 per year for European and UK students
RS 745640 per year for international students
Newcastle University London students can choose from a variety of accommodation options. We offer residences within easy reach of campus, carefully selected home-stays and privately let accommodation.
- Scape East Mile End
- Scape general purpose
- The recreational area at Scape East Mile End
- Scape East is a new premium self-catering student residence located in vibrant 5.
- East London.
- You will live alongside international and UK students in self-contained studios. Every room has a modern design with:
- space-saving storage
- large windows to let in natural light
- an en suite bathroom with power shower
- an integrated kitchen
- Communal areas and organised activities make it easy to socialise.
- Individual —bedrooms ensure privacy when studying.
- There are also dedicated quiet areas —-providing separate study space, and Wi-Fi is available throughout.
- A 24-hour reception, CCTV, laundry facilities, secure bicycle storage and two cafés are on site.
Please note that Scape East block accommodation prices do not include the cost of meal plans, which are available on a half-board basis for Rs 4480 per week.
All rooms are of a high standard – you can choose premium en suite or classic en suite. Rooms are offered in clusters of eight and share generous and well-equipped kitchens.
Home stay accommodation provides students with a home away from home. We offer a variety of options, from half-board to self-catering, in locations throughout London.
You will live with hosts, sharing some mealtimes and all other facilities in the home, including bathroom and laundry facilities.
Accommodation costs cover tuition periods only. If your course or study plan spans a vacation period, the accommodation must be paid for during the vacation period as well.
Scape East Mile End:
Rs 606480 (Studio)
Rs 660240 (Studio +)
Rs 766080 (Studio ++)
The Craft Building
Rs 487312 (Classic en suite)
Rs 508592 (Premium en suite)
Rs 606480 (Premium studio)
Living costs in London vary depending on the lifestyle you choose.
students in Liverpool Street station
In addition to your accommodation costs, here are some typical costs you might budget for.
A Transport for London Oyster Card costs Rs 280 for a deposit, then you top up with credit as you go. This works out the cheapest fare for all your journeys each day, so you never pay more than the daily cap.
Other Transport for London travel cards include:
Zone 1–2 Day Travel Card: Rs 504
Zone 1–2 Monthly Travel Card: Rs 6552
Local lunch: Rs 168– Rs 280
Weekly food shop:RS 2520
Newcastle University London social event: free– Rs 1568
Local gym membership: Rs 2184 per month
Television licence: Rs 8148 per year
Budget around Rs 8400. We will provide further information during induction.
Full travel, health and medical insurance is mandatory for all international students studying any course at Newcastle University London, and for European students studying a university preparation or English language course.
Uni plan Insurance is a comprehensive insurance policy prepared especially for international students in the UK, to cover loss of personal possessions as well as travel, health and medical claims. This will automatically be added to these students’ course fees unless they show that suitable alternative cover has been provided.