• University of Keele

    Established: 1949

University of Keele


Founded by the Vice Chancellor of Oxford University in 1949, Keele University is centrally located in England in North Staffordshire, between Manchester and Birmingham and only 90 minutes from London by train. Keele has the largest single site campus in the UK with over 600 acres of beautiful countryside, offering the benefits of a spacious campus setting, whilst still offering easy access to both town and city life. Awarded Gold in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework and Joint 2nd in England for student satisfaction for Course and Teaching (Guardian League Table 2020), Keele is a forward thinking university that is continually investing in its teaching facilities to remain at the forefront of technological advancements (£45 million has been invested in our science facilities on campus). Keele’s reputation and area of expertise ranges across Medicine and Health Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences and Natural Sciences, with each Faculty providing a diverse array of courses that deliver a unique and international learning experience. Keele University’s medicine degree programme has been ranked 2nd England in the Guardian University Guide 2020, behind only Oxford and ahead of Cambridge. In the 2019 Times Higher Education World University rankings, Keele University’s School of Psychology has been ranked in the Top 200. In the latest Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES), the University was placed 3rd out of 61 institutions for postgraduate business courses including business, management, finance and accounting courses and attained an overall satisfaction score of 91%. Keele is proud that 97% of its research was deemed to be world-leading, or of international importance, in the Research Excellence Framework 2014. Keele delivers international excellence and impact in focused areas of research, throughout the Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Health and Humanities. Keele University is also offering International Excellence Scholarships (£2,500/year for Undergraduate courses and up to £5,000 for Postgraduate courses).

Popular Courses:

Management, Science, Computing, Medicine

Full list of available course areas:

  • Accounting/Finance
  • Business/Management
  • Biosciences
  • Chemistry/ Chemical Engineering/ Material Science
  • Computing/IT
  • Economics
  • Education
  • English/ English Literature
  • Film
  • Health
  • HRM
  • International Relations/Politics
  • Law
  • Marketing/PR
  • Mathematics
  • MBA
  • Medicine/Dentistry/Veterinary
  • Multimedia
  • Music
  • Philosophy
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • Sociology/ Social Work
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  • Times Ranking: 45
  • Guardian Ranking: 42
  • Independent Ranking: 43
  • Average PGT fee: £14300
  • Annual living costs: £9222
  • Entry Requirements
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  • Private Universities:-
  • Usual GPA requirement:-
  • Student Numbers
  • UG: 7325
  • PGR: -
  • PGT: 2310

  • International: -
  • Philippines: -
  • Scholarship Available: No
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