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University of Oxford is a cornerstone of British higher education. The venerable university has about 20,000 students (including more than 11,000 undergraduates). Oxford also is home to 38 colleges, the celebrated Rhodes Scholarship, and the Oxford University Press. The university describes its colleges as autonomous units operating in a manner similar to the way individual states function in the US. Oxford's self-governing colleges select their own students and provide housing, meals, libraries, and recreation. The university offers a diverse range of study covering fields such as engineering, history, medical science, and theology. Many Oxford students earn BA degrees after three years of study.
We’re a world-leading university with the highest academic and research standards. But we’re not letting the story end there. That’s because we’re a place of possibility. We’re always looking for new ways to make things happen. Whether you’re a dedicated student, an innovative lecturer or an ambitious company, Warwick provides a tireless yet supportive environment in which you can make an impact. And our students, alumni and staff are consistently making an impact - the kind that changes lives, whether close to home or on a global scale. It’s the achievements of our people that help explain why our levels of research excellence and scholarship are recognised internationally. It’s a prime attraction for some of the biggest names in worldwide business and industry. It’s why we’re ranked highly in the lists of great UK and world universities. All of this contributes to a compelling story, one that’s little more than 50 years old. But who said youth should hold you back from changing the world?
UCL is London’s leading multidisciplinary university, with a community of approximately 50,000 students and staff. Founded in 1826 in the heart of London, UCL was the first university in England to welcome students of any class or religion, and the first to welcome women on equal terms with men. We are a research-intensive university and a member of the UK’s Russell Group. We are a diverse community with staff from across the world, and are the only university to hold both a Silver Athena SWAN award and a Race Equality Charter Bronze Award. Join us to transform how the world is understood, how knowledge is created and shared and the way that global problems are solved.
We are a pioneering institution providing an exceptional research-led education and an outstanding experience for 45,000 students from more than 150 countries. Built on the ethos that education can unlock potential and transform lives, we feature in the top 20 of all three major UK university rankings, and our graduates are among the most sought-after in the UK. Our staff are world-class too. Nottingham academics have won two Nobel Prizes – for medicine and for economic sciences. We have pioneered a new model for international education and with campuses in the UK, China and Malaysia, we have created a unique learning environment and are acknowledged as a leader in the internationalisation of higher education. We have five faculties: Arts, Engineering, Medicine and Health Sciences, Science, and Social Sciences. In the recent Research Excellence Framework, 28 units were judged to have 75% or more outstanding (4* and 3*) impact, and Nottingham was ranked eighth in the UK on a measure of research power. The University’s professional and support departments contribute to the effective running of the University and encourage its growth and success, nationally and internationally.
The University of Leeds helps its students get in the lead. It is the second-largest university in the UK with more than 30,000 students. The institution offers undergraduate programs in arts and performing arts, biological sciences and medicine, business, education and law, engineering, environment, and math and science. The university is divided into nine faculties, which are further divided into schools, institutes, and centers. Notable alumni include author J.R.R. Tolkien, astronaut Dr. Piers Sellers, and singer Corinne Bailey Rae. The University of Leeds traces its roots to the establishment of Leeds School of Medicine in 1831.
University of Southampton, one of the top 15 research universities in the UK, boasts nearly 25,000 students. The school has six campuses and has more than 20 academic schools awarding degrees in such fields of study as engineering, law, mathematics, and medicine. The school was chartered in 1952 but traces its roots to 1862. The university has long been engaged in fiber-optic research and established the Optoelectronics Research Center in 1989. It is also engaged in ocean and earth science research through its Southampton Oceanography Centre. In addition, it is one of the most entrepreneurial universities in the UK and in the past decade has spun off more than a dozen companies, including SPI Lasers.
Influencing the world since 1583. Our people have explored space, revolutionised surgery, won Nobel Prizes, published era-defining books, paved the way for life-saving medical breakthroughs and laid the foundations for solving the mysteries of the universe. To maintain our success as one of the world's leading universities, we recruit the best people to a variety of roles each year. Whether you work in our research-led community of international academics or our team of talented and committed professional support staff, you’ll thrive in a stimulating, friendly and diverse environment that nurtures talent and rewards success.
Ours is an energetic and diverse global community, in which dedicated and talented people are united by a desire to change the world for the better. Together our staff and students are discovering innovative ways to change the world for the better. We are one of the top universities worldwide and have an international reputation for excellence in teaching and research. We are led by discovery and innovation, with the synergy between research and learning at the core of our activity. In the heart of the most multicultural city in the UK, a city with a reputation for winning against the odds, we recognise strength in diversity. We have a wide range of academic and non-academic teams on our close-knit campus. Many of our opportunities will put you at the forefront of your field. The University itself is entering a phase of ambitious development and transformation. There has never been a more exciting time for you to join us.
The London School of Economics and Political Science (frequently referred to as London School of Economics, or simply LSE) is one of the most prestigious institutions of higher learning in the world. The school's more than 7,000 students can choose courses of study such as economics, as well as international relations, accounting, sociology, and information systems. The school is also known as one of the leading centers for research in the social sciences. Founded in 1895 by Beatrice and Sidney Webb, LSE counts more than 13 Nobel prize winners among its alumni and staff. The school is part of the University of London system.