The University of Cumbria Background
The University of Cumbria is a popular university in Cumbria. It has its main campus in Carlisle and other campuses in Lancaster, Ambleside, and London. The University of Cumbria was built in 2007, but its origins go to the early nineteenth century to the Society for the Encouragement of Fine Arts and the teacher training college established by Charlotte Mason in the 1890s.
The University of Cumbria Programs and Courses
The university has seven specialist departmental areas that offer a range of flexible, multidisciplinary courses such as Business, Law, Policing and Social Sciences, Health, Psychology and Social Studies, Institute of the Arts, Institute of Education, Medical and Sports Sciences, Nursing, Health and Professional Practice, Science, Natural Resources and Outdoor Studies.
The University of Cumbria Campuses
The University has its headquarters in Carlisle. The other major campuses are at Ambleside, Lancaster and it has classrooms and open workspace in the Energus facility in Blackwood Road, Lillyhall, Workington.
The University of Cumbria USP and Achievements
Most of the University of Cumbria campuses have sports teams which represent them in the British Universities and Colleges Sports leagues. Teams include Cricket, Netball, Football, Hockey, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Badminton and Pool. All teams play their home games on Wednesdays afternoons at various University's sports venues.
The University of Cumbria Notable Alumni
Notable Alumni include Keith Tyson, Helen Skelton, Margaret Harrison. Sheila Fell and Charlie Hunnam
University of Cumbria Programs
University of Cumbria Application Requirements
University of Cumbria Cost of studies
Fees vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific fees.
University of Cumbria Deadlines
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
University of Cumbria Rankings
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