List of all universities and colleges
Located in Guilford, Surrey, England, the University of Surrey was established in 1966 upon receipt of its Royal Charter; originally known as Battersea College of Technology, founded in 1891, a school whose original goal was to provide higher education to less wealthy students. The school population is over 15000, while the staff population is over 2300. School colors are blue and gold.
Located in South Yorkshire, England, The University of Sheffield has its beginnings all the way back to 1828 when it was founded as Sheffield School of Medicine. The school’s Royal Charter was granted in 1905, University of Sheffield is a member of the Russell Group and the school has produce five Nobel Prize winners. The school’s motto is, to discover the causes of things.
Located in the city of Brighton and Hove, near East Sussex, the University of Sussex was recently ranked 11th in the United Kingdom. The school was founded in 1961 upon receipt of its Royal Charter. Considered a research-intens ive school, it has been consistently ranked highly in numerous prestigious categories. Total student numbers are over 12000, while staff numbers are over 2000.
This acronym stands for the School of Oriental and African Studies. The school is in London, United Kingdom, and as its name reflects the school focuses on the studies of language and humanities which relate to Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. This unique school was founded in 1916, and has a student population of over 4500. Of course the schools mascots are an Arabian camel and Asia
Founded in 1862 after its namesake, Henry Robinson Hartley, the school was previously called the Hartley Institution, and then changed to the Hartley University College. Upon receipt of a Royal Charter in 1952, the public school became the University of Southampton, and is located in Southampton, United Kingdom. < p>As a member of the British Russell Group, the school is considered a resea