Study Philosophy in The United Kingdom
Philosophy 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: Cardiff University
40-41 Park Place, Cardiff, Wales, The United Kingdom
Cardiff University is a research university founded in 1883. The school is situated in the Cathays Park area of Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom, and is a member of the Russell Group of Universities. Cardiff consists of 27 academic schools, and has built a reputation for offering high quality... See full description.
Contact: Cornwall College
John Keay House Tregonissey Road, St Austell, Cornwall, The United Kingdom
The main campus of Cornwall College is located in St. Austell with other campuses spread all over Cornwall, United Kingdom. Cornwall College has six other campuses spreading over Camborne, Newquay, Saltash, Duchy, Rosewarne and Stole Climsland. Cornwall College is endorsed by the government of... 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: Lancaster University
Contact: Liverpool Hope University
Contact: Manchester Metropolitan University
Contact: Newcastle University