Specialist and smaller universities, colleges and other higher education providers are agile, entrepreneurial and well positioned to support the recovery and growth of all parts of the UK. They are firmly rooted in the professions and businesses they serve and...
Whilst we disagree with the proposals as laid out in the consultation, we agree that there should be a new time-limited condition on Market Exit Plans for those providers at increased risk of market exit but we would need confirmation of the criteria, possibly...
In our response to the BEIS R & D Roadmap Survey, we argue that currently research funding is concentrated mostly in a handful of institutions, within select regions. We point out that investing in R & D would help to lessen the social and economic impact of...
The Covid-19 pandemic has presented the higher education sector with numerous challenges. However, the sector has come together and is certainly playing its part in supporting wider society. The online campaigns #UnisTogether, #unisupport and #wearetogether showcase...
They say that a week is a long time in politics, but three weeks in the current situation feels like a lifetime ago! That was when I blogged about what some universities and colleges are thinking about for the next academic year and what the new normal might look...
As I’m sure we all have, I seem to have spent most of the last few weeks on Zoom, Teams, Skype, Hangouts and a variety of other video-conferencing tools. Indeed, just this week GuildHE has hosted five network meetings for staff within member institutions speaking to...
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Academy of Live and Recorded Arts
AECC University College
Arts University Bournemouth
Bath Spa University
Bishop Grosseteste University
British & Irish Modern Music Institute
Buckinghamshire New University
Research at Buckinghamshire New University (Bucks) is focused on the needs of business, commerce and industry as well as the public and voluntary sectors.
Bucks strongly encourage a collaborative approach and have a number of non-profit research centres and institutes which foster close links with industry, the public sector and charitable organisations. Bucks has a flourishing research degree programme, with opportunities for both full-time and part-time study leading towards MPhil and PhD degrees in a wide range of subject areas. Research is profiled in the Bucks Knowledge Archive, the online repository for Bucks’ academics’ research output. Visit the Buckinghamshire New University website
Harper Adams University
Hartpury College and University Centre
Hereford College of Arts
The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance
Leeds Arts University
Leeds College of Music
Leeds Trinity University
The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts
The London Institute of Banking & Finance
Mont Rose College
New College of the Humanities
The Northern School of Art
Norwich University of the Arts
Plymouth College of Art
Ravensbourne University London
Regent College London
Regent College London
At Regent College London, we have been delivering flexible and accessible education successfully for over 20 years, and are now in our tenth year of providing higher education courses.
We have built a reputation on well-qualified and experienced staff, small class sizes, and excellent student support and facilities. This allows our students to flourish and succeed – whether it is to build their careers or go on to further study. We have five campuses in Central London, Harrow, Kingsbury, Southall and Wembley.
We are dedicated to widening access to higher education for all prospective students and are recognised for our success in attracting applications from under-represented groups, those who are returning to education to gain new or higher level skills, and those with varying levels of past academic success.
We are able to work very effectively with students of all abilities to improve their prospects and carry them forward into achieving their academic aspirations, forge successful careers or start their own businesses.
Range of career-focused courses:
- Business Management
- Business Entrepreneurship
- Health and Social Care / Social Sciences
- Software Engineering
Our range of fully accredited, industry-focused HND, Foundation Year degrees, Bachelor’s Degrees and Top-up degrees are designed with both professional and personal success in mind. All our courses are developed in close involvement with industry experts ensuring that you develop the knowledge and skills employers are looking for.
Each of the Foundation Year Degrees, Bachelor’s Degrees and Top-Up Degrees offered at Regent College London is franchised and awarded by one of our partner institutions – Buckinghamshire New University, University of Bolton and the University of Northampton respectively.
Rose Bruford College
Royal Agricultural University
The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
Southampton Solent University
St. Mary’s University College Belfast
St Mary’s University, Twickenham
The University of Law
University College Birmingham
University College of Estate Management
University College of Estate Management (UCEM) is the leading provider of supported online education for the Built Environment, with over 95 years’ experience of providing the highest quality learning opportunities. UCEM has more than 3,500 students from more than 100 countries benefiting from its qualifications taught by tutors with extensive industry experience. The university college is the largest provider of Degree Apprenticeships within the Built Environment and works with more than 120 employers to deliver their apprenticeship training needs to more than 650 apprentices.
University College of Osteopathy
University for the Creative Arts
University of Chichester
University of Cumbria
University of St Mark and St John
University of Suffolk
The University of Winchester
University of Worcester
Writtle University College
York St John University
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