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Falmouth University
Number of students
3,220
Students satisfaction
79%
Average salary
£16,300
Employability
76%

Why choose Falmouth University?

Falmouth University is renowned worldwide for art, design, media, performance and writing. Built on over 100 years of experience, their commitment to international students is well established and, as a result, the student community is rich and diverse.

Voted the number one institution in the world for international student experience across seven categories in a recent International Student Barometer poll, they are committed to delivering world class education. Considered the official measure of international student opinion, the report put Falmouth first for support, arrival services, language assistance, host friends, campus environment and welcome.

The University was also ranked number one in the 'good place to be' category.

Attracting the best international students from around the world is a key element of their internationalisation strategy.

 Source: Falmouth University official website- www.falmouth.ac.uk

 

Facts about Falmouth University

  •   Originally founded as Falmouth School of Art in 1902, today the University is one of the world’s leading international specialist arts institutions. From its formal opening, the institution was described as "destined to make its mark" and thanks to support from leading practitioners it’s done just that.
  • Based across two campuses, the environment in and around Falmouth University couldn’t be better. The Falmouth Campus meanders through a valley garden and provides the perfect venue for thinking, making and doing, while the Penryn Campus, shared with the University of Exeter, houses a fusion of arts and sciences in its state-of-the-art facilities.
  • In 2005, the Privy Council granted the institution the right to award degrees in its own name, leading to the creation of University College Falmouth, before it was awarded full University status in 2012 and became Falmouth University.

Source: http://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/falmouth-university

Location - Cornwall

 The University is set in Cornwall, a county synonymous with arts and culture and home to the highest concentration of creative practitioners outside of London.

Boasting 300 miles of stunning coastline, four UNESCO World Heritage sites and creative exports of around £10 billion, the South West is truly a special place to live and study. The great outdoors, Cornish coast and a landscape that has energised creative people for centuries are right on Falmouth’s doorstep.

Falmouth is a vibrant town and has many music-related pubs, a cinema, an arts cinema and exhibition space, and many affordable eateries. Being located on a peninsular, it is also famous for its scenery, shipping history and access to many varied watersports.

Falmouth is easily accessible by rail, road and air, with Newquay airport approximately 25 miles away from Falmouth.

There are also very good transport links between the Falmouth and Penryn campuses, with a regular, direct bus link and a branch line rail service.

The Penryn Campus has a refectory, bar, grocery store and a sports centre, as well as a purpose-built accommodation village with rooms wired for internet access.

The Falmouth Campus has an arts library, refectory, art shop, gardens and art studios.

The University’s Media Centre is fully equipped, with technical support on offer to help students skills keep pace with their creative ideas. There’s a large TV studio with gallery and green room, and an additional single-camera TV presentation studio. Students also have access to a well-stocked specialist equipment store, a newsroom with scripting and editing software, radio studio and control rooms, and a digital animation suite fully equipped with industry-specialist software, desks and lighting. There is also a 106-seat cinema.

There are two libraries housing 150,000 books and many other resources including slides, DVD collections, 3,000 maps and dozens of magazines and newspapers, and a special collections archive. Electronic resources comprise online journals, newspapers, e-books and online databases.

Source: http://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/falmouth-university

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http://www.falmouth.ac.uk/admissions
Falmouth University

Falmouth

Woodlane

Falmouth

TR11 4RH

United Kingdom

+44(0)1326 211077

admissions@falmouth.ac.uk

http://www.falmouth.ac.uk/admissions

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