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Durham University
  • Durham University was established in 1832 and is highly recognized for its innovation in education and research.
  • Research led teaching ensures that the programmes are cutting-edge and intellectually stimulating for its 11500 undergraduate and 4500 postgraduate students.
  • Durham is a collegiate university and the colleges offer a vibrant, supportive community full of opportunities for students to gain new experiences and develop their skills, as well as providing pastoral care and support.

The University of Sheffield
  • The University of Sheffield has a rich history stretching back to 1828 and is one of UK’s most multicultural academias with nearly 25,000 students from 117 countries learning alongside 1,209 academics.
  • Sheffield University demonstrates outstanding excellence in research and teaching programs.
  • Among the Universities prestigious alumni community it’s proud to feature 5 Nobel Prize Winners.

The University of Nottingham
  • Described by the Times as Britain’s “only truly global university” with award winning campuses in the United Kingdom, China and Malaysia whilst attracting talented staff and students from 150 nations.
  • Its world class research and teaching programs continues to provide an excellent leaning experience to their students.
  • Nottingham was named ‘University of the Year’ and ‘Entrepreneurial University of the Year’ by The Time Higher Education in 2006 and 2008 respectively.

The University of Southampton
  • The University of Southampton has a proud roots dating back to the year 1862 and is recognized throughout the world today for its valuable contribution to education, research, business and community.
  • The University has built and maintained strong ties with local communities and agencies for many years.
  • Students benefit from the latest knowledge and expertise and this, together with the university’s strong entrepreneurial culture, makes the Southampton learning experience especially valuable.