Established in 1976, the University of Buckingham is a private, non-private university located in Buckingham, England. It is oldest of the five private universities in the country. It is a member of the Independent Universities Group and is among the 26 English Universities with a School of Medicine that provides the medicine courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
The university comprises of 5 schools: School of Law; School of Humanities; School of Arts and Languages; School of Business; and School of Science and Medicine. The traditional Buckingham undergraduate degree is 2 years although some subjects offer a 3-year option. Degrees offered by Buckingham may be single honors, joint honors, combined honors or major-minor. The students who do not quite meet the entry requirements for the Bachelor's degree can enroll in a Bachelor's program which includes a year's study at foundation level. The university also offers work placements on many of its programmes including a new 3-year business degree with work placement.
The total student population at the university is more than 2,400 students of which over 1,200 are enrolled in the undergraduate programs. The University of Buckingham has been awarded Gold by the Teaching Excellence Framework. The student to faculty ratio at the university is 11:1.
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