Established in 1964, the Lancaster University is a public research university located in the city of Lancaster, Lancashire, England. The university has campuses Bailrigg South-west campus. Lancaster University is one of the only six collegiate universities in the UK. It is a member of the N8 Group of research universities.
The Lancaster University comprises of four faculties: Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences; Faculty of Health and Medicine; Faculty of Science and Technology; and Faculty of Management. The university has its own theatre and art gallery, home to an international art collection that includes Japanese and Chinese art, antiquities, and works by 20th century British and European artists, including Miró and Ernst.
Lancaster University has a student population of more than 13,000 students of which over 9,500 are enrolled in the undergraduate programs. The student to faculty ratio at the university is 15:1.
The Lancaster University has partnered with Study Group to provide International Foundation Year programs. It is a program of academic subjects, study skills and English language preparation which is specifically designed to provide international students with a pathway to degree study at Lancaster University. Once the student completes the program and achieves the required grades the student can enter the first year of their chosen undergraduate degree at the Lancaster University.
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Notable Alumni: W. Brian Arthur (Operational Research, 1967 – Economist), Antony Burgmans (Marketing, 1971, Bowland – Former Chairman of Unilever), Nahed Taher (Economics, 2001, Graduate College – CEO, Gulf One Investment), Richard Allinson (Economics, 1980, Fylde – Radio presenter), Caroline Moir (English Literature - Author), Hilton Dawson (Social Admin, 1982, Pendle – Former MP for Lancaster).
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