Study Humanities in The United Kingdom, Humanities Schools in The United Kingdom
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Contact: Anglia Ruskin University
International Office, East Road, Cambridge, The United Kingdom
Anglia Ruskin University was awarded university status in the early months of 1992. Presently, with a student population of just over 31,000, the institution is one of the largest universities in the Eastern part of England, and a large provider of part-time... See full description.
Contact: Ashbourne College
17 Old Court Place, London, Kensington, The United Kingdom
Ashbourne College is an independent sixth form college based in Kensington, London. The school was established in 1981 and focuses on delivering pre-university education, including GCSE and A levels. The institution’s main strength is considered to be its small size and the friendly,... See full description.
Contact: International Visiting Students Programme, University of Bradford, UK
University of Bradford, International Office, Richmond Road, Bradford, West Yorkshire, The United Kingdom
Contact: King's College London
Strand, London , London, The United Kingdom
King's College London was founded by King George IV and the Duke of Wellington (then Prime Minister) in 1829 as a university college in the tradition of the Church of England. It now welcomes staff and students of all faiths and beliefs. King's professors played a major part in... See full description.
Contact: Kingston University London
Contact: Manchester Metropolitan University
Contact: Richmond – The American Intl University in London
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Contact: Swansea University
Contact: The University of Edinburgh
Contact: The University of Sheffield
Level 6, University House, Western Bank, Sheffield, Sheffield , The United Kingdom
The University of Sheffield is a leading institution in the UK. Five nobel awards have studied in this university and many of its alumni have reached positions of responsibility all over the world. It is considered one of the ten best universities in the UK and its students come from more than... See full description.
Contact: University College London
Gower Street,, London, The United Kingdom
University College London was founded in London, in 1826 and is an institution that has not discriminated in religions, races and classes from the beginning. It was the first to admit women in its classrooms, on equal terms as men. It is regarded as one of the best universities today.
Contact: University of Birmingham
Contact: University of Brighton
Contact: University of Bristol
Senate House, Tyndall Avenue, International Office,The Richmond Building,105 Queen's Road , Bristol, The United Kingdom
The University of Bristol was founded in 1876, as University College, Bristol. It was the first University in the country that admitted students women, under the same conditions as men. It currently welcomes more than 13,000 students, many of them from other countries. The institution is among... See full description.
Contact: University of Glamorgan (Wales)
Contact: University of Gloucestershire
Contact: University of Kent
International Office, Canterbury, Kent, The United Kingdom
Kent University has its main campus in Canterbury, the city of the United Kingdom closer to the European continent. It has other offices in different countries, such as Belgium, France, Italy and Greece. It was founded in 1965 and now welcomes some 20,000 students.
Contact: University of London
Senate House, Malet Street, London, The United Kingdom
The University of London was established in 1836, and what distinguishes it from other institutions is that it consists of 19 separate colleges, which are somewhat independent in nature. Therefore, the University of London is the largest institution of higher learning in the UK by number of... See full description.
Contact: University of Sussex
Contact: University of Westminster - European Study Abroad Programme
Study Abroad Unit-16 Little Titchfiled Street, London, The United Kingdom
Contact: University of Worcester
St John\'s campus, Henwick Grove, Worcester, The United Kingdom
The University of Worcester was founded in 1945 in the city of Worcester, being the only institution of higher education in the region, where, about 10,000 students, receive education.
Contact: Warnborough College (UK)
Warnborough House, 8 Vernon Place, Canterbury, Kent, The United Kingdom
The Warnborough Colleges started with the establishment of Warnborough College, UK in the city of Oxford, in 1973. At first the institution was mainly aimed at American students, who wished to study abroad. Currently, Warnborough College UK issues certificates and diplomas in a number of... See full description.
Contact: West Thames College
London Road, Isleworth, Middlesex, The United Kingdom
West Thames College London is a college of further and higher education, located 30 minutes away from central London. The college is comprised of two sites – the main Isleworth Campus and the Feltham Skills Centre. West Thames College receives about 6,500 students each year, who enroll on a... See full description.