University of Surrey

About

The University of Surrey was founded in 1966 after receiving its royal charter, however, its history can be traced back to 1891 when the Battersea Polytechnic Institute was established. The institute began focusing more on technology and science from 1920 and in 1956, they gained the designation of ‘College of Advanced Technology’, The year after, they changed their name to Battersea College of Technology and in 1962, they made a decision to move the college to Guildford. In 1963, they became a university and were celebrated their 125th anniversary in 2016.

In the same year, they were recognised as the University of the Year in The Sunday Times Good University Guide. They have two campuses – one in Stag Hill and the other in Manor Park. The university has three faculties that are segregated into 22 departments and schools. Their three faculties are the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, and the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences. The University of Surrey provides a range of postgraduate and undergraduate programs. They also provide research courses in a range of fields including writing, health, science, economics, law, politics, physics, languages, and more.

Types of Postgraduate Programs They Run

The University of Surrey has a plethora of postgraduate programs across various different disciplines. Some of the topics they focus on include finance, health, artificial intelligence, transport, engineering, business, education, data science, marketing, criminology, writing, film, musical theatre, and more. Their postgraduate programs offer accreditations such as Master of Science (MSc), Master of Art (MA), Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert), Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip), and more. Some of these programs also allow for part-time learning.

Admissions Process

Students looking to study full-time undergraduate courses should apply via the UCAS. It is vital to include the correct institution and course codes; these can be found on the University of Surrey website. Once you have sent your application, the university will be in touch with you to update you on the progress of your application.

Postgraduate applicants can apply to courses at the University of Surrey directly on the website. Simply go to find a course and hit the apply now button. You will then be brought to an online application form which you can fill out. If you are applying for part-time courses, you can make your application in the same way. The university will then review your application and revert back to you.

Accommodation

The University of Surrey has a range of student accommodation to choose from. They have over 6,000 rooms for students to suit their individual requirements and budget. All of the accommodation is self-catered with shared kitchen facilities. All rooms have broadband service and contents insurance included in the rent. All of the bedrooms are fully furnished with a bed, reading lamp, bookshelf, desk and chair, and storage for clothes. All kitchens are equipped with an oven, cooker, freezer, fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, iron, and ironing board. All communal spaces and bedrooms are non-smoking and communal areas are cleaned weekly. For more information and to book student accommodation here, visit the University of Surrey website. If you have any questions, email accommodation@surrey.ac.uk or phone +44 (0)1483 682466

Scholarships and Financial Support

The University of Surrey has a number of scholarships and awards to help students pay their tuition fees. Some of these include the Great Scholarships, the MBA Scholarship, the Ted Adams Trust Nursing Scholarship, the University of Surrey Bursary, the ICE Scholarship, the Surrey International Masters Scholarship, and more. You can find out more about these scholarships as well as their entry requirements on the University of Surrey website.

Contact Info

For general enquiries, call +44 (0)1483 300800

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