University of Suffolk
University of Suffolk is a new kind of institution that allows access to the knowledge and resources of two leading universities, the University of East Anglia and the University of Essex, as well as local colleges and the wider community. Students are based across six centres at the Ipswich Hub, Bury St Edmunds, Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft, Otley and Suffolk New College.
University of Suffolk offers an attractive portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate courses within the Schools of Applied Social Science, Arts and Humanities, Business, Leadership and Enterprise, Nursing and Midwifery,and Science, Technology and Health. We offer modern, flexible modes of learning and a range of courses to meet both student and employer needs.
Its programmes are underpinned by an academic infrastructure that includes many top Professors and Visiting Professors. University of Suffolk has high rates of employability and increasingly strong National Student Survey outcomes.
By 2015 University of Suffolk will be a fully functioning, cohesive, student-centred higher education institution. Its high quality and innovative teaching and learning focused on vocationally relevant areas will be cost effective and underpinned by selected nationally/internationally recognised research and scholarship.
Our mission is to be a distinctive, sustainable, ‘can do’, connected university provider that strives for the highest standards in teaching and learning, research and enterprise and works flexibly with a network of partners to fulfil mutual objectives at local, regional, national and international level.
To find out more, visit our website www.ucs.ac.uk.