List of all universities and colleges
Upon receipt of it Royal Charter in 1900, the University of Birmingham was officially founded. The school was previously referred to as Birmingham Medical School and Mason Science College. The school, located in Birmingham, UK, is also a member of Britain’s elite Russell Group research universities. The school continues to earn high accolades for largest and best in British schools.
Located in Bristol, UK, the school was founded in 1909 when it gained its Royal Charter. However, the school’s history goes back all the way to 1866 with its previous affiliation with University College, Bristol. The school has been deemed an unofficial Ivy League school as was also ranked 28th by QS World University Rankings. The school motto is learning promotes ones innate power.
Also called Bath or bath University, the school was founded in 1966 and at the time was given its Royal Charter. Despite its young age the school proudly places 3rd for top schools in the United Kingdom and was actually given the award University of The year in 2011/12. < p>School motto is, learn each field of study according to its kind. Its school colors are Bath stone, a grayish color,
Located in Buckingham, Buckinghamshire , United Kingdom, the University of Buckingham is the only independent university in UK and the smallest university in UK with around 1000 students. The Times Good University Guide 2012 ranked the university 21st out of 115 UK universities and in 2008 according to Times Higher Education the university had the highest graduates’ employment rate after six m
Brunel is based in Uxbridge, West London and was founded in 1966. Brunel University is home to about 15000 students from over 100 countries worldwide. Brunel university graduates enjoy the 13th highest starting salaries in the UK, which is almost £3000 more than the national average. < p>The school had a total income of £178.5 million in 2010/11 which £14.8 million were from contracts a