The University was founded in 1209, and has a global reputation for outstanding academic achievement and world-class original research.
4.14 out of 5
Canterbury Christ Church dates back to 1962, when it was founded by the Church of England as a centre for teacher training, called Christ Church College.
3.98 out of 5
Teaching,Social Care, Policing
Founded in 1883. Cardiff is one of Europe’s youngest capital cities – small enough to be friendly and big enough to offer the best of living in a major city.
3.99 out of 5
On 1 November 2011, the university became Cardiff Metropolitan University. In 1996, the university gained university status and became known as the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff (UWIC).
4.07 out of 5
Arts, Sport, Business
Founded as the very first teacher training college in 1839 by the Church of England. Founders included two prime ministers, W. E. Gladstone and the 14th Earl of Derby.
4.09 out of 5
The University of Chichester can trace its origins back to 1839, marking it out as one of the older institutions of higher education in the country.
Arts, Sports, History
City University London was founded in 1894 as the Northampton Institute and was awarded university status in 1966. The university’s motto is “to serve mankind”.
4.01 out of 5
Coventry University’s roots can be traced back to 1843 to the Coventry School of Design, which subsequently became known as the Coventry College of Art in 1954.
4.15 out of 5
Cranfield University is the UK’s only wholly postgraduate university, specialising in the areas of science, technology, engineering and management.
Aerospace, Defence and Security
The University of Cumbria is a perfect blend of old and new, as one of Britain’s newest universities, with an illustrious history of educating professionals for more than 150 years.
3.87 out of 5
Paramedical Science, Law