Keele University is a world-class campus University committed to providing the highest quality learning environment in which our students can flourish. Keele welcomes postgraduate students from over 120 countries every year, who are attracted by our academic reputation, the relevant courses we offer and our beautiful campus.
Located in the heart of the UK, Keele is easily accessible from anywhere in the country. The Keele campus is one of the UK's largest and most attractive university campuses, with 617 acres of landscaped parkland, fields, woodlands and lakes. The campus was ranked 6th place in The Telegraph's, 'Britain's most beautiful universities' list.
Detailed information about Keele can be found on our website at: www.keele.ac.uk/aboutus
Keele was voted in the top 10 of Britain's most intellectually stimulating universities by the Telegraph (October 2012)
What Can I Study?
Keele offers a variety of postgraduate courses across a range of disciplines:
Keele has 5 Research Institutes, each of which is responsible for its own research.
Keele offers a limited number of scholarships and bursaries, these vary from year to year, so for up-to-date information please go to www.keele.ac.uk/scholarships
Entry Requirements and Applying to Keele
The particular entry requirements for each course are given under the course description in the prospectus. More information about applying can be found on the website at: www.keele.ac.uk\pgapply
English Language Requirements
If English is not your first language, we will usually ask you to take one of the internationally recognised English Language qualifications for entry to Keele, such as IELTS, Cambridge ESOL Examinations or the TOEFL examination.
If you do not currently have the required level of English language you must either retake your language test or attend and successfully complete an appropriate English Language summer school (pre-sessional) course before the start of your studies.
Support for Students
The Student Support services offer general advice and support to students.ASK (Advice and Support at Keele), run by the Students' Union, offers free, confidential and impartial advice on a range of issues including debt management, immigration and visa issues, employment, civil rights, and a range of other matters. There is a professional counselling service, disability and dyslexia support, a medical service and dental practice on campus.
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