Ravensbourne University London
Ravensbourne University London was formally known as the Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication and is a media and design university which was established in 1959.
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The main things you need to know about studying at the Ravensbourne University London.
Ravensbourne was named one of the best universities for Postgraduate Satisfaction, ranking 2nd out of 68 universities in the UK with a satisfaction rating of 93% in 2020.
The Graduate Outcomes Survey announced that 90% of graduates from Ravensbourne University were in employment or further study around 15 months after graduating.
Undergraduate fees for 2020/21 were £9250 for home and EU students, £14,900 for New International Student Route students and £10,800 for New International without a student Visa students.
Ravensbourne University offers 14 different scholarships and bursaries, examples of which are the Care Leavers Bursary, the Estranged Student Support and the Internal Progression Award. A full list can be found here.
Ravensbourne University itself does not have any halls of residence, but works with a number of partners to offer student homes. For Undergraduates, these include Scrape Living, Eleanor Rosa House, McMillan Student Village, Sir John Cass Hall, Unite at Stratford-one, Claredale House, Farndale Court and LHA London’s Davies Court. The options can be found here.
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Having earned a NUS Green Impact Award gold status since 2013, the green students’ union offers 10 societies for students.
Alumni include Brian Barnes, Dinos Chapman and Ben Cormack! (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ravensbourne_University_London#Notab
Ravensbourne announced on October the 6th 2020 that their computing, gaming and animation students will now be able to apply for an Amazon Future Engineer Bursary in a collaboration with Amazon! The university was selected alongside King’s College London, The University of Manchester, the University of Edinburgh and the University of Cambridge to recieve this.
"Don’t worry, London students; London is far better than the terrible clubs you visited during Fresher’s Week. Away from the Tiger Tigers and Zoos there is a whole world of fantastic nightlife and student pubs in London. Even if getting stuck to the floor of The Piccadilly Institute has sworn you off of clubbing for life, the capital offers so much to do. Plus, despite its reputation and what every parent tells you, you can afford to do it all without having to sell a single one of your kidneys, trust me".
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