University of Suffolk is a public university which was established in 2007. The university operates its five campuses in which main campus is located in centre of Ipswich and secondary campuses in Ipswich, lowestoft, Bury St. Edmunds and Great Yarmouth.
University of Suffolk comprises of five school and two faculties: School of Art, Design and Humanities, School of Health Sciences, School of Law and Social Sciences, School of Psychology and Education, Suffolk Business School, School Science, Technology and Engineering, The Faculty of Arts, Business and Applied Social Sciences; and The Faculty of Health and Science. The university offers variety of undergraduate and postgraduate programs under these faculties.
University of Suffolk has total number of students over 5,000 including 4,640 undergraduate and 390 graduates.
The central university offer other facilities like student's accommodation, events for school and college students, scholarships, career guidance and employablity services.
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