Established in 1949 as University College of North Staffordshire, the Keele University received its Royal Charter in 1962. It is a public university and is the highest ranked university in Staffordshire, England. The university operates a Science Park under a wholly owned subsidiary company, Keele University Science & Business Park Limited.
The university comprises of 3 faculties, each contains numerous schools within: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (School of Humanities, Management School, School of Law, School of Social Science and Public Policy, and School of Politics, Philosophy, International Relations and Environment); Faculty of Natural Sciences (School of Computing & Mathematics, School of Life Sciences, School of Geography, Geology & the Environment, School of Chemical & Physical Sciences, School of Psychology, and Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences); and Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (School of Medicine, School of Pharmacy, School of Nursing & Midwifery, School of Health & Rehabilitation).
The total student population at the university is more than 10,000 students of which over 7,900 are enrolled in the undergraduate programs. The student to faculty ratio at the university is 16:1.
Keele University operates several collaborative arrangements with educational establishments in the UK and abroad. It holds joint contracts/awards with Liverpool University (Marie Curie Palliative Care Institution), University of Salford and Staffordshire University. Keele also has multiple franchise agreements, represented in South East Asia with SEGo College, KDU University College and the Sri Lankan Institute of Information Technology.
The university has partnered with Study Group to provide International Year One, Pre-Master’s and English Language Training programs. The International Year One is a program of academic subjects, study skills and English language training that is equivalent to the first year of an undergraduate degree. Once the students complete the program and achieve the required grades, they can enter the second year of their chosen undergraduate degree at Keele University. The Pre-master's program is designed to meet the needs of international students. They are taught English language, academic subjects and study skills to help them to prepare for studying a postgraduate degree at Keele University. Once the students complete the program and achieve the required grades they can join their chosen Master’s degree at the university. The English Language Training program is designed for the students who need to raise their level of English before they start an academic program at the International Study Centre.
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