Why choose The University of Sunderland?
The University of Sunderland is an innovative, forward-thinking university with high standards of teaching, research and support. They've been providing higher education in the city since 1901, and they're proud to be an accessible and inspirational university.
As of year-end 2013-2014, they have 20,887 students, and their strengths range from widening access and student experience to research, international and industry links.
They have strong links with industry and business and work closely with some of the world's leading companies.
The two Sunderland campuses and the London Campus are ideally placed to ensure the best student experience. Your time as a student will probably be the best of your life - a time when you gain your independence, make lifelong friends and prepare yourself for your new career.
At Sunderland, the modern facilities and useful resources provide you with a positive and memorable experience.
Facts About The University of Sunderland
• Shortlisted for the University of the Year in the Times Higher Education Awards 2012
• Great career support and work placement opportunities
• Affordable living costs
• Superb facilities - £130m invested for the two Sunderland campuses
• A safe environment for students
• A best new university in the North East, according to the Guardian University Guide 2012
• 'World leading' research in 10 subjects, according to the latest Research Excellence Framework
Location - Sunderland
The University has three campus developments, one in the city centre, a multi-million-pound award-winning riverside development, and a third at Canary Wharf in London. They offer 24/7 access at The Murray Library and midnight opening at St. Peter's Library during core teaching weeks.
There is a wide range of technologies including computers, interactive learning technologies and printing. Open access learning facilities within the Gateways, one-stop-shop for all aspects of student service, support, advice and guidance, based at the University's three campuses. Free WiFi is available in all University of Sunderland buildings on campus and for use by residents in the University's accommodation.
Sunderland is located at the heart of the great North East, close to miles of fabulous coastline, unspoilt countryside and excellent city amenities.
The city has a Metro light rail link which provides easy, affordable access to the wider North East region. All UK and EU students can enjoy free travel on Metro, bus, ferry and Northern Rail services in their Fresher year, and discounted travel in all subsequent years of study. There is also free bus travel around the two Sunderland campuses and the Halls of Residence.
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