Cranfield University is a specialist postgraduate university which primarily offers courses in science, technology, engineering and management. The university was originally founded in 1946 as the as the College of Aeronautics and it was not until 1993 that the university became Cranfield University, as it is known today. The university has over 5,000 postgraduate students and has two campuses, one in Bedfordshire and another in Oxfordshire.
The main things you need to know about studying at the Cranfield University.
Cranfield ranks 5th in the UK in the 2020 QS world rankings for Engineering – Mechanical, Aeronautical & Manufacturing
In the QS world rankings 2021, Cranfield University ranked 14th in the world for employability.
For UK students, many of the courses begin at £10,500 but can increase to £39,000 depending on the course that student’s study. For international student’s fees begin at £19,000 and can increase to £40,000.
Cranfield University offers a range of bursaries and scholarships, find out more here.
All accommodation at Cranfield University is within walking distance of the university campus. There are four halls available: Chilver Hall; Lanchester Hall; Mitchell Hall and Stringfellow Hall. There are multiple accommodation options available from single and double rooms, to en-suite and shared bathrooms. The prices for University managed accommodation range from £102.06 per week to £187.32 per week. Find out more about accommodation at Cranfield University here.
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The Cranfield Students’ Association is run by a team of elected students who work to support the entire student population. It is the aim of the Cranfield Students’ Association team to represent the student voice and to keep the student community connected. There are a range of societies available at Cranfield for students to join, and the CSA regularly run events and other social activities. When joining the university all students will be automatically enrolled in the CSA.
Cranfield University has won the prestigious Queen’s University Prize 6 times. This is a national honour awarded to educational institutions.
Dr Jacqueline Hannam from Cranfield University has been appointed the President-Elect of the British Society of Soil Science. Dr Hannam leads the LandIS ‘Land Information System’ team, who collect the national soil data for England and Wales. Dr Hannam will begin her position from 1st January 2021.
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