Keele University

Keele University

 

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Keele University is located in North Staffordshire, England. It is the UK’s largest campus university resides on a 650 acre estate with its central feature of the 19th century Keele Hall. There is also a 100 acre area of the estate that is dedicated to a conservation area, as well as many lakes, woods, and parkland. Keele University’s student population has over 8,000 full and part time students.

For more information, please visit the following websites:
 
Courses
 
Some of the course highlights at Keele University are:
Accounting and Finance
Applied Environmental Science
Biochemistry
Biology
Business Economics
Business Management
Chemistry
Computer Science
Economics
English and American Literatures
Environment and Sustainability
Film Studies
Finance
Geography
Geology
History
Human Biology
Human Resource Management
Information Systems
International Relations
Management
Marketing
Mathematics
Media, Communications and Culture
Music
Philosophy
Physical Geography
Physics
Physiotherapy
Politics
Psychology
Sociology
You can find the module (course) listings by visiting the Module Catalogue.
 
Dates
 
The Autumn Semester (Brock’s Fall Term) typically starts late September and ends late January.
The Spring Semester (Brock’s Winter Term) typically starts late January and ends early June.
 
For more information of term dates, please visit Dates of Sessions.
 
Housing
 
Keele University has five residence halls on-campus that are located close to the main campus buildings. However, students have the option to choose to live off-campus as well.
 
For more information on accommodation, please visit the following websites:
Keele

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Being thrown into the British Culture, to which we would assume to be so accustomed to, allowed me to discover the many surprises such a place had to offer. They are a charming people to live with, surrounded by a place of equal charm and beauty. The education I received from Keele University is second to only the experience of living within a culture that endorsed an exciting yet relaxed lifestyle. The novelty of that land is not given justice by the many accomplished writers which have come from Britannia. They do try, but you must see for yourself! Being apart from the rest of Europe, those isles held with them a mystique feel that allows you to never stop exploring its rich history and landscape. I would have terribly regretted not grasping this opportunity, which Brock has made so accessible. Cheers!"
- Jason, 2009-2010