- A top 3 UK university – Sunday Times University Guide 2012
- 3rd oldest university in England, after Oxford and Cambridge, and a leading European centre of learning for 1,000 years.
- 21% of students are of non-UK origin.
- 83rd in the THE world rankings (2011/12) and 95th in QS world ranking (2011).
- 17th in Europe in the 2011 Financial Times Global MBA rankings.
Kingston University , London
- London based University
- 24hrs connected to Central London
- Four different campus connected through free bus services provided by the University
- One of the safest place in London and near to River Thames
- Library is open for 24 hours for students
- Faculty of Engineering has an aircraft , bikes and formula one cars to train students
- One of the best places to study aerospace and aeronautical engineering.
University Of Essex
- Nobel Prize winning graduates :Two of our graduates have won Nobel Prizes. In 2010 Chris Pissarides won the Nobel Prize for Economics and in 1987 Oscar Arias Sánchez won the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to end civil wars in Central America.
- Essex Business School was ranked second in the Accounting and Finance subject area.
- Europe’s only public collection of modern and contemporary art from Latin America is based at Essex.
- Computer scientists at Essex developed the world’s first autonomous robotic fish, which took to the water at the London Aquarium in 2005.
- Former students of East 15 Acting School include actress Alison Steadman,Inbetweeners star Blake Harrison, and film directors Mike Leigh, Stephen Daldry and David Yates (director of the four latest Harry Potter films).
- Our 18-hole Frisbee golf course at the Colchester Campus has hosted the World Ultimate Frisbee Championships.
- Famous bands who have played at the University include rock legends Pink Floyd, Iggy Pop and The Kinks, plus indie giants Blur.