Formed in 2006, the University of Bedfordshire is a modern university boasting innovative state-of-the-art facilities. These are:
You can expect a high quality of teaching at the University of Bedfordshire, since the university was awarded silver in the very first Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) in 2017, a significant achievement.
The University is constantly investing in its campuses and facilities, having opened a brand new, four-storey STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) building in September 2019. They have also invested in a high-tech, seven-storey library, and nursing simulation laboratories in the last few years.
You’ll be able to choose from a wide array of postgraduate courses in everything from Midwifery to Linguistics and much, much more. You can study postgraduate degrees full time or part time, with full time courses lasting between one and two years as standard.
Qualifications include MSc, MA and MBA, as well as PGDip, PGCert, PGCE and PhD. You can also study a Continuing Professional Development accreditation (CPD) at the Putteridge Bury campus.
You can choose between a range of either research or taught courses, and for those unable to physically attend university on a regular basis, or simply looking for the flexibility to study at their own convenience, there is a selection of distance learning courses on offer too.