The University of Buckingham
The University of Buckingham is unique, founded in 1976 the university is famous for traditional small-group Oxbridge-style teaching. They deliver innovative two-year degrees, one-year Masters programmes and a suite of part-time and professional courses to suit everyone.
Buckingham is different
Based in the heart if Buckingham, just 14 miles from Milton Keynes, Buckingham is the smallest university in the country which means class sizes are small so you won’t get lost in the crowd. Increasing numbers of students are finding out that Buckingham is the smart choice, top in Britain for teaching quality, top for student experience, top for employability and top for safety.
The University has been consistently the UK’s top university for student satisfaction for over 10 years. Students are at the heart of everything they do, to ensure they receive a high quality education and the best preparation for their future career.
Why not book a consultation and a tour of the beautiful campus: https://www.buckingham.ac.uk/admissions
You can even sign up to an open day or a taster tutorial and experience what it’s like to be a University of Buckingham student: https://www.buckingham.ac.uk/admissions/open-days/
Central Admissions Team
T: 01280 820313
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