Located in the heart of England, with academic roots going back to 1843, Coventry University has a tradition of providing quality education.
“Today, we combine our academic heritage with our modern international outlook across a wide range of subject areas. We were voted the UK’s top modern university, and voted 12th top overall in the UK by the Guardian University Guide (2018).”
Over 15,000 students from over 30 countries around the world study at Coventry University– that’s in addition to the 5,000 international students on Coventry campus every year. The focus of this university is on providing students with the practical, hands-on knowledge and skills required to prepare them for successful future careers. Their supportive learning and teaching environment contributed to the university being rated ‘GOLD’ in the Teaching and Excellence Framework in 2017. Combined with their international network of academic partners, and academics who are specialists in their field, Coventry University attracts and nurtures outstanding students from around the world, creating truly global graduates.
Breda University of Applied Sciences
The NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences, in the south of the Netherlands, is an international educational institution and hub known in the field of applied sciences. It has about 7,700 students from more than 60 countries from all around the world. The university is located in Breda City, a historical city having a population of about 180,000 people where 20,000 of them are young students. It is about 100 km away from both Amsterdam and Brussels. NHTV was founded in 1966 and is currently one of the leading and largest educational institutes in the world offering different Management Programmes in the fields of Tourism and Leisure.
The NHTV study programmes are all ranked very highly in their fields as per the national rankings, with their Bachelor’s programmes even being top-rated. The university has also been internationally accredited by different organizations like the UN World Tourism Organization, the International Facility Management Association, and the World Leisure Organization.
University of Wolverhampton
At the University of Wolverhampton, the positive and welcoming atmosphere has allowed all our students to thrive and achieve success for 190 years. With several campuses in the West Midlands, and an increasing international presence, we’re proud to be a place of opportunity for our students, staff and the communities and businesses we engage with – both in the UK and across the globe. Collaboration with local industry helps us to achieve one of our key goals: developing students and staff who are entrepreneurial, employable and well-connected. Our advanced facilities, combined with the guidance of expert staff, help turn raw talent and enthusiasm into specific skills and knowledge needed for career success.
Our £250 million investment programme; Our Vision, Your Opportunity is putting students first through new courses, facilities, and business collaborations. We were awarded the highest possible accolade in our most recent assessment by the Quality Assurance Agency. 96.3% of our graduates were in employment or further study six months after graduating according to the Destination of Leavers of Higher Education survey 2017.
All Research Centres submitted to the Research Excellence Framework 2014 had elements rated as world-leading. We provide innovative business solutions through our Business Solutions Centres, as well as providing employers at the heart of our services the solutions to maximising their apprenticeship ambitions with our Apprenticeship Hub.
Investment in new facilities includes; the Lord Swraj Paul building, home to the University of Wolverhampton Business School and the Rosalind Franklin building, dedicated to the sciences; over £10million investment in advanced engineering facilities and courses at Telford Innovation Campus; the multi-million pound transformation of the former Springfield Brewery into an architecture and built environment ‘super campus’.