Founded in 1909, Loughborough University is proud of its long history as an institution of further and higher education. Today, it is one of the country’s leading universities, with a reputation for excellence in teaching and research, strong links with business and industry and unrivaled sporting achievement. The school's teaching and learning offers academic excellence in a broad range of disciplines, from sport and exercise science to engineering, business and the arts, and it was recently awarded Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).
In 2015, Loughborough opened a second campus on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London. The campus is based in the former press and broadcast centres at the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, and currently offers 32 full and part-time master's programmes and 7 PhD programmes. The London campus has diversified and expanded the high quality education offered by Loughborough to both postgraduate students and those looking to advance their professional development.
Loughborough offers a renowned student experience by giving every student the opportunity they need to achieve their full potential – professionally, academically and socially. Students at Loughborough have access to a truly global experience, where they are taught by academics from across the world; they can study abroad or complete an overseas placement, and have numerous opportunities to learn a new language. The university's strong connections to industry boost these opportunities by providing students with access to placements.
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|Institution Type||Public University|
|Application Fees||GBP 0|
|Tuition Fees||GBP 2,187 - GBP 32,000|
|Location||Loughborough, East Midlands, United Kingdom|