University of Buckingham

Private institution
Buckingham - UNITED KINGDOM (ENGLAND, NORTHERN IRELAND, SCOTLAND, WALES)

The University of Buckingham is unique. Founded in 1976 by Oxford academics, it is the only independent, not-for-profit university in the UK to have a Royal Charter, and this year it has been awarded ‘University of the Year for Teaching Quality’ by The Times and Sunday Times.
Buckingham is a small university with around 2,000 students and a staff: student ratio of just 1:9.6, meaning that it operates on a personal scale. Tutorial classes are never more than eight people, offering a very supportive learning environment where no-one gets lost in the crowd. Our small size also gives our students the opportunity to really get to know their peers, and at Buckingham friendships are easily made. These are undoubtedly some of the reasons we are consistently top for student satisfaction in the National Student Survey.
It has been awarded ‘University of the Year for Teaching Quality’ by The Times and Sunday Times. It is top for student satisfaction (NSS) and graduate employability (HESA), as well as being the safest campus in the UK (Complete University Guide).
The University of Buckingham is located amidst beautiful countryside in the town of Buckingham and is ranked the safest campus in the UK. The town has many shops, pubs and restaurants to offer, and the cities of Oxford, Cambridge, Milton Keynes and London are all located within one hour of travel. 

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