Buckinghamshire New University
Buckinghamshire New University is a public university with campuses spread across Buckinghamshire in Aylesbury Vale, High Wycombe, Missenden Abbey and Uxbridge. Buckinghamshire New University dates back to 1891, when it was part of the School of Sciences and Art. It was not until 1999 that it was granted University College Status and was named the Buckinghamshire Chiltern University College. In 2007 it was re-named Buckinghamshire New University, as it is known today. The University has over 8,000 students across its campuses.
The main things you need to know about studying at the Buckinghamshire New University.
Buckinghamshire New University is ranked 92nd out of 121 universities by the Guardian University guide.
93% of graduates from Buckinghamshire New University are in employment or further education 6 months after graduating.
For UK students, the fees are £9,250 and this covers a full-years tuition. For international students the fees start at £13,750 and may increases depending on the course specifications.
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The university guarantees accommodation to all first-year students starting in September. Although the university cannot guarantee accommodation to those starting in January, there is still accommodation available. The university offers accommodation across its sites in High Wycombe, and Uxbridge. Prices range from £80 per week to £175 per week, depending on the accommodation type and contract length. Students can find out more about accommodation here.
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Buck’s Students’ Union is at the heart of student life, the aim of the union is to present the student voice and support all students throughout their time at university. The Students’ Union hosts an array of sports and societies and all students are encouraged to join.
Buckinghamshire New University is one of a handful of universities that offers a degree in policing. This degree operates in partnership with territorial police service Thames Valley Police.
Gemma Singleton, a 2020 graduate from BA (Hons) Textile Design, has been selected for Sainsbury’s Argos Home award and will receive mentorship from the Sainsburys design team. Gemma will now have the opportunity to sell her designs for retail use.
"There are an array of property option within Buckinghamshire, students will be able to find somewhere those to the university and close to their chosen campus".
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