The University of Derby is home to students from more than 100 countries around the world, making them part of a diverse, international community.
Whether students are progressing from undergraduate study, want to change or develop their career, or simply study the subject they love in more depth, the university offers a wide range of courses and flexible study methods including full-time, part-time and online learning.
From criminology to science, education to business, the university also offers a wide range of courses designed for continuing professional development (CPD), that will help students enhance their skills, maintain their professional registration and take their career to the next level.
£200 million has been invested into facilities at the university over the past ten years, offering students access to exceptional learning environments, including an NHS-standard hospital ward, forensic training facility, a mock Crown courtroom, film and music studios and a sports and fitness centre.
During their spare time, students can get involved with extra-curricular activities to both enhance their university experience and add additional skills and experiences to their CV. These range from special interest groups to volunteering opportunities.
The University of Derby is an innovative, modern educational provider that has been a university since 1992. The results of RAE 2008 demonstrated that at least 50% of its submitted research units were claimed to be of international class. It has a total of 2,744 students taking up its taught postgraduate programs and 150 students in its postgraduate research programs.
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