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  • Milton Keynes University (MK:U)

    Milton Keynes University (MK:U) will be a new university and is scheduled to open its doors to students in 2023. It is being developed by its principal partner Cranfield University and other partners from key organisations and industries such as Grant Thornton and Microsoft. It will focus on applied subjects such as technology and engineering which tie into the  growing economy around Milton Keynes and address many of the challenges of ‘future cities’.  

  • University of Wales Trinity St David

    University of Wales Trinity St David has three main campuses in Wales: Camarthen, Lampeter and Swansea. It was formed following a merger of other institutions in 2010. The focus of  the University is on applied and vocational subjects such as art and design, social sciences, humanities, applied design, teaching, and business. The University is famed for its rugby team.  

  • Arden University

    Arden University is perfect for you if you want flexibility around other commitments and also if cost of studying is a major issue to you. Arden provides a range of business, technology and psychology related subjects at all levels from Access courses through to postgraduate. It is a a new university online or blended-learning (where you can study at one of its study centres in London, Birmingham or Manchester as well as Dublin and Berlin.

  • BPP University

    BPP University is a private business-focussed university based in London. BPP University provides KPMG’s Degree Apprenticeship programme which results in a BSc in Digital and Technology Solutions. The programme, which combines academic study with on-the-job training, begins in October 2019 and lasts four years. Degree Apprenticeship students can be based in Leeds London or Manchester. Entry requirements for the Degree Apprenticeship 5 GCSEs at A* – C or at 4 – 9 GCSE (including English Language and Maths) and a minimum of 104 UCAS points under the 2017 UCAS tariff points system (e.g. BCC at A-Level or equivalent qualifications, not including General Studies).  

  • School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) (University of London)

    School of Oriental and African Studies, or SOAS for short, is a part of the University of London. It was founded in 1916 and, as its name suggests it is focused on subjects relation to Africa and Asia (as well as the Middle East). It covers areas of: arts, humanities, languages, linguistics, culture, social science and law. It offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, however it is research intensive and a high proportion of its students are over 21. Given its focus on global issues, SOAS has been a popular choice for political leaders and diplomats.

  • Royal Veterinary College (University of London)

    The Royal Veterinary College , as you would imagine is perfect for those wishing to study to become a vet in London at one of Europe’s oldest veterinary colleges. It is a specialist college and one of only a handful of institutions in the UK where you can actually study to become a vet. Dating back to 1791 it has been a college of the University of London since 1949. The college provides a number of undergraduate veterinary science and veterinary medicine degrees. It also has a strong track-record for encouraging and supporting students from less advantages backgrounds. It also offers a range of Masters degrees and research degrees and is a popular source of continuing professional education for practicing vets.

  • Royal Holloway (University of London)

    Royal Holloway is perfect if you would like to study in one of the UK’s most stunning campuses in the Surrey countryside just outside London (near the town of Windsor and the beautiful parks of Runnymede and Great Windsor). It is a part of the University of London and has very international feel (it is also very easily accessible located not far from Heathrow). It is very research intensive and has a great academic reputation across a broad subject base.  

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