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Lancaster University is a highly ranked UK university with a global reputation for excellence in research and teaching. Lancaster is consistently ranked among the top 15 in all three major UK university league table, and continues to build a growing reputation both nationally and internationally.
The University offers a wide range of programmes at foundation, undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD level and well as development courses for professionals. Study at Lancaster is underpinned by their renowned research and expert academics, 83% of their research has been rated as ‘internationally excellent’ or ‘world leading’ according to the UK’s Research Excellence Framework (2014).
Students come to Lancaster from all over the world and the diverse community has access to many exciting opportunities. Some choose to spend time studying abroad or spend time working in industry and others visit our overseas campuses in China, Germany, Ghana and Malaysia. There’s lots of ways to get real-world experience, engage with businesses and meet people from different backgrounds.
The beautiful green campus provides the perfect place to live and learn. Lancaster’s UK campus has everything you need with modern facilities and study spaces, and shops, restaurants, cafés, a cinema, art galleries, a theatre, a post office, a medical centre and much, much more. Both the campus and city are hubs of activity, with a packed calendar of events and lots of things to do and see. There are music, art, crafts and food festivals, and lots of cultural events and celebrations.
Lancaster University offers assistance to international students every step of the way, from application through to graduation, and for the rest of their lives. They give guidance on obtaining visas, travelling to Lancaster, planning costs and pre-arrival information, and offer an airport pickup service from Manchester Airport before the beginning of term. Pre-sessional English courses are also offered for undergraduate and postgraduate students, along with international foundation programmes.
The Lancaster experience is fun, rewarding and career focused. They offer bespoke employment programmes to support international students looking to start a career in the UK or overseas. And Lancaster graduates have access to a global network of alumni and life-long career support.
91% of Lancaster's research has been independently rated as 'internationally excellent' or 'world leading' with 46% rated in the highest category of 4*.
Lancaster is 21st overall out of 157 institutions ranked by Times Higher Education. This places Lancaster above eight Russell Group universities for research quality.
National Student Survey 2021
In 2021, 83 percent of Lancaster students said they were satisfied with the quality of their courses compared with a national average of 75 percent. Ranked against comparable universities, this places Lancaster 6th in England.
Lancaster University accommodation has been named 'Best University Halls' eight times since 2010 at the UK's prestigious National Student Housing Awards, and is approved by the UUK Code of Practice, committed to good quality student homes. Lancaster offers almost 7,000 bed spaces for undergraduates, postgraduates and families and there is an accommodation type on campus to fit every budget including en suite, standard, townhouse and studio flats.
Accommodation is based within the University’s colleges; Lancaster is one of only a few UK universities to have a collegiate system, with eight undergraduate and one postgraduate college; each of which have their very own personality and facilities. Colleges are more than just a place to stay, students have the chance to study and socialise there as well and a full schedule of events to choose from like quizzes, live performances and sporting competitions. Colleges act as students’ university family and are a place where lifelong friendships are made and support can be accessed 24/7.
Lancaster University is a campus-based university located at the heart of the UK. The city of Lancaster is a short bus journey, bike ride or walk from campus. Lancaster is a small, friendly city with lots to explore including: lots of green space in its many parks; a variety of places to eat; cultural attractions (Lancaster Castle, music festivals, cultural celebrations, museums, cinema, theatres); a modern high street packed with shops, and a mix of night-time venues to suit everyone. The city is also surrounded by some of the most beautiful landscapes the UK has to offer, with the Lake District National Park (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), Morecambe Bay and the Forest of Bowland all close by.
The University and the city are well connected making them the perfect base from which to explore the rest of the UK and beyond. Manchester International Airport is 75 minutes from Lancaster by train, London is two and a half hours and Glasgow is two hours.
Lancaster graduates remain part of the community for life; they have access to a range of benefits including a global alumni network, careers support and exclusive events. Some of Lancaster’s notable alumni include:
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