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Founded in 1921 as a memorial to the Great War, the University of Leicester is a public research university in Leicester, England. Genetic fingerprinting was invented at the University of Leicester.
The university comprises of three colleges: College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities; College of Life Sciences; and College of Science and Engineering. The university is held in high regard for the quality of its teaching. Leicester's most popular courses include Genetics, Biological Sciences, Medicine, Museum Studies, Economics, Historical Studies, Law, Management, Physics, and Astronomy.