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The University of Buckingham is a future-focused higher education institution located in the city of Buckingham, in the heart of England. The university is the oldest private university in England, and was established on a non-profit basis in 1973. It attained university status in 1983 and has continued to flourish as a home for quality postgraduate education.
Buckingham is a competitive university across the UK higher education landscape, having placed in the top 115 universities according to the 2023 Complete University Guide league table. It offers a wide range of postgraduate programmes, which cover many subject areas and course types.
Buckingham is known for its two-year undergraduate degree, making it an attractive option for students looking to achieve a postgraduate qualification within three years of beginning their higher education journey, rather than the usual four.
The university has two campus sites – one located in Buckingham, and another in Crewe. The Buckingham campus is located midway between Oxford and Cambridge, and is found in a scenic location along the Great River Ouse. Students will find an excellent students’ union, various bars, cafes and other services, modern study facilities and university accommodation nearby. The Crewe campus is a compact and well-equipped site with a focus on medical and health disciplines, with specialised equipment and facilities.
Both campuses are located in friendly, bustling towns that offer students a wealth of things to do, as well as all the shops and services they might need during their studies. With great transport links to other regions and cities around the UK, as well as interesting local landscapes, students are sure to enjoy their lifestyles at either of the university’s campuses.