Keele, United Kingdom
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Discover the top reasons to study at Keele University
Despite being one of the largest campuses in the UK, it is one of the smallest universities in terms of student numbers, with a genuine, friendly student and staff community. The campus is self-contained with student and staff residencies, all teaching buildings, the library, restaurants, Students’ Union, shops, a bank and a health centre, which is staffed by both male and female doctors, on site.
The campus community is especially diverse with students and staff from the UK and over 160 countries worldwide.
Keele is located in the middle of the UK, under an hour from Manchester and Birmingham, and 1 hour 30 minutes from London. The nearest International Airport is Manchester.
Students come to Keele University because of its academic reputation, career-relevant courses, excellent research, and beautiful campus.
For our supportive, friendly and professional academic and support staff. KMS academics are multicultural and multinational bringing an international aspect to the School’s teaching, research and business activities. They work alongside a dedicated team of professional administrators who will support you throughout your studies and ensure that your time at Keele is a rewarding experience.The School is based in a recently modernised building dedicated to the study of management subjects. We have a new lecture theatre equipped with the latest teaching and learning technology, web conferencing and recording equipment. For our Finance programmes we also offer access to our Bloomberg Training Suite. Here Bloomberg Professional Service is integrated as a teaching and research resource giving students and researchers’ access to real-time financial data and the tools used by today’s finance professionals and decision makers. This service can be accessed from all desktops in the suite.
Nearby Newcastle under Lyme is a market town which has a variety of speciality shops and a lively scene of café-bars, pubs and restaurants. For culture there is a multi-screen cinema and the new Victoria Theatre. Hanley (one of the six towns of Stoke on Trent) has all major high street stores plus nightclubs and bars and the Regent Theatre.
The Staffordshire region has areas of great natural beauty in the Staffordshire Moorlands and Southern Peak District, where you can walk or climb or just get away from it all. Manchester and Birmingham are each just over one hour’s drive from campus and London is less than two hours away by train.
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