Harper Adams Agricultural College was founded in 1901, following a private bequest by Thomas Harper Adams. Degree teaching began in 1981 and by 1991 numbers passed the 1,000 mark.
4.18 out of 5
Agriculture,Engineering, Food Science
The college was founded in 1851 and was known as Herefordshire College of Art & Design. The name changed to incorporate the inclusion of Music and Performing Arts.
Art & Design, Photography
Originating from the School of Arts of Edinburgh, founded in 1821 as the world’s first Mechanics Institute, Heriot-Watt is one of the oldest higher education institutions in the UK.
3.98 out of 5
Business,Engineering, Art & Design
Gained university status in 1992. A model 21st-century university – international, business-facing and business-like in its approach.
4.02 out of 5
Engineering,Nursing Science, History
Founded in 1614, Heythrop is the oldest College of the University of London, and one of the oldest Higher Education establishments in the UK.
The University of the Highlands and Islands is the only university based in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. Gained taught degree awarding powers in 2008.
The university has a long and proud tradition of providing education since 1825. In 1992 the institution changed its named from Huddersfield Polytechnic to the University of Huddersfield.
4.11 out of 5
Engineering,MBA, Health Sciences
The University of Hull was originally established as University College Hull in 1927, before becoming England’s 14th university upon the grant of a Royal Charter in 1954.
4.01 out of 5
Hult International Business School originated from the Arthur D. Little School of Management, built in 1964 to provide practical business education for managers.