Ranked the number one university in the world for the third year in a row, it is associated with 52 Nobel Prize winners, 27 British Prime Ministers and notable alumni, including Stephen Hawking and Oscar Wilde.
Housing Henley Business School, one of the oldest and most respected schools in Europe, the University is also renowned for its pioneering research on the dynamics and physics of weather and climate.
Listed in Times Higher Education Young University Rankings as the number one university in the UK for teaching and research, it has an international reputation, stemming from teaching staff with strong backgrounds in industry.
Offering courses in business and management sectors, creative and cultural industries and public sector, Bucks New University has well-established connections with organisations, including the Thames Valley Police and several NHS trusts.
Founded on the principles of free thinking, it is esteemed for being entrepreneurial and innovative, and is the only university in the UK to be independent of direct government support.
Offering state-of-the-art learning facilities equipped with the latest technology and equipment to maximise the learning potential of their students. There are 48 UTCs open in England, each one offering around 600 places.