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  • Bournemouth University Bournemouth University is no. 1 among UK universities for students on work placements (Higher Education Statistics Agency), and top five nationally for effectiveness of teaching (Guardian University Guide 2016).
  • City, University of London City University London is ranked 1st in London for student satisfaction (National Student Survey 2015), and top 10 nationally for graduate starting salaries (The Telegraph).
  • Cranfield University Cranfield University is postgraduate-only, offering industry-standard facilities and links with 1,500 businesses in 40 countries. 81% of its research is rated ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’ (Research Excellence Framework 2014).
  • Nottingham Trent University One of the UK’s best modern universities, Nottingham Trent University offers a 93% graduate employment rate (DHLE 2014/15), alongside fantastic teaching quality and links with 6,000+ employers worldwide.
  • University of Aberdeen The University of Aberdeen offers excellent Chemical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering degrees. Graduate career prospects for both subjects are among the very best in the UK.
  • University of Birmingham Part of the Russell Group and ranked top 15 nationally (UKuni 2016), the University of Birmingham offers one of the best graduate employment rates in the UK.
  • University of Brighton The University of Brighton is home to career-focused degrees, of 90% of which offer practical work experience. It attracts over 3,000 international students from 150+ countries.
  • University of Glasgow A Russell Group member, the University of Glasgow consistently features among the world’s top 1%, and has one of the UK’s best student satisfaction rates (Lloyds Satisfaction Survey 2014).
  • University of Liverpool The University of Liverpool is part of the Russell Group, and ranks among the world’s top 1% year after year. It is home to more than 7,000+ international students and nine Nobel Prize winners.
  • University of Salford The University of Salford excels in Mechanical Engineering, being ranked top 20 for student experience and top 15 for graduate employment (Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016).
  • University of the West of England, Bristol UWE Bristol is ranked top 15 nationally for teaching effectiveness (Guardian University Guide 2016). It offers a 95% graduate employment rate (DHLE 2014/15), and an award-winning careers website for international students.
  • University of Westminster Based in central London, the University of Westminster is ranked top 10 in the UK for teaching effectiveness (Guardian University Guide 2016), and welcomes students from over 150 countries.
  • University of York Ranked 15th in the UK (Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016) and a Russell Group member, the University of York offers an award-winning experience for international students.
  • Aston University Ranked 30th in the Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016. Aston University is known for its world-class teaching quality alongside strong links to industry, government and commerce. It is located in the city centre of Birmingham, the second largest city in the UK.
  • University of Essex Based in Colchester, just one hour from London, the University of Essex is ranked 22nd in the UK (Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018). It offers award-winning teaching and attracts international students from 140+ countries.
  • University of Liverpool in London The University of Liverpool in London combines the University’s academic excellence with all the excitement of the UK capital city. Its modern campus is right in the centre of London, and offers exceptional facilities and resources.
  • University of Nottingham The University of Nottingham has a long history of academic excellence, as one of the UK’s prestigious Russell Group universities. Founded in 1881, The University is in the top 1% globally, ranked 70th in QS University World Rankings 2015/16.
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