Keele University began as the University College of North Staffordshire in 1949, the first post-war university and received full university status in 1962.
The university provides high-quality courses across all three of its Faculties: Health, Natural Sciences, and Humanities and Social Sciences. The majority of the degree courses are two-subject Dual Honours degrees, with Single Honours degrees in the health and professional subjects.
Courses offered include Medicine, Nursing, Midwifery, , Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Law, Business Management, International Relations, Criminology, Biomedical Sciences, Forensic Science, Mathematics.
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Set in over 600 acres of parkland in the north Midlands, midway between Birmingham and Manchester, Keele is one of the largest single-site campus universities in the UK.
A one-hundred acre area of the estate, adjacent to the 19th Century Keele Hall, has conservation status confirmed by the local Borough Council. The campus also holds Grade II listed status from English Heritage.
Keele also has a small academic campus at the University Hospital of North Staffordshire, which houses both educational activities and research.
Keele is a green campus, with sustainability as a focus, building upon excellence in teaching, research, and award-winning energy management practices.
Local buses run between campus, the hospital site and surrounding towns every 10-20 minutes.
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