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UK universities with large number of Indian students

The following is a list of the some UK Universities with large numbers of Indian students. There are many different criteria which can be used to select a university and  ranking can be just one of them. Other factors include cost effectiveness, application process, location, quality of life, subject ranking, entry requirements and jobs availability (part time and full time). Choosing a right university in the UK is a difficult decision however our counsellors are well trained to assist you find the one which is the most suitable for you as per your requirements. Our counselling is free so please contact us now!

1. University of Bedfordshire

The University of Bedfordshire is based in both Luton and Bedford, which are the two largest towns in the east English county of Bedfordshire. It is less than an hour away from London by car and has easy rail links to Heathrow Airport.  The University of Bedfordshire was created by joining the University of Luton and the Bedford campus of De Montfort University in 2006. The University of Bedfordshire has two main campuses in the centre of Luto...Read the full profile for University of Bedfordshire

2. University of Greenwich

The University of Greenwich traces its roots to 1890, when Britain’s second polytechnic was opened near the Thames to teach practical and commercial skills to London workers. The main campus in Greenwich is based on three 17th Century buildings of the Old Royal Naval College, designed by Christopher Wren. The University now features two more campuses, one in nearby Eltham and another at Chatham Maritime on the Kentish coast. The Sunday Times ...Read the full profile for University of Greenwich

3. Middlesex University

The history of Middlesex University began in the late 1880s, when two educational institutions opened their doors in north London - St Katherine's College and the Hornsey School of Arts and Crafts. Both would become part of Middlesex Polytechnic, which was founded in 1973. Middlesex University has one of the best research standings among modern universities in London and the innovation in education has been rewarded by three Queen’s Annivers ary Prizes for Higher...Read the full profile for Middlesex University

4. Cardiff University

Cardiff University is recognised in independent government assessments as one of Britain's leading teaching and research universities. Cardiff University today combines impressive modern facilities and an exciting approach to teaching with its proud history of recent achievements. Cardiff University's expertise in research and research-led teaching involves social sciences, engineering, technology and a wide range of business professions. Cardiff University wa...Read the full profile for Cardiff University

5. University of East London

Established as a university in 1992, the University of East London is a modern university with a history dating back to 1898. It has 28,000 students, of which over 4000 are international. The modern Docklands Campus, opened in 2000, was London's first new university campus in 50 years. The campuses at Docklands and Stratford are located in East London, close to the major financial centre of Canary Wharf and the region chosen to host the 2012 Olympic a...Read the full profile for University of East London

6. Sheffield Hallam University

Sheffield Hallam University (SHU) is based in the city of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. The university is located on two sites: City Campus in the city centre and Collegiate Crescent Campus around two miles away, adjacent to Ecclesall Road in southwest Sheffield. Sheffield Hallam University is the sixth largest in the UK, with over 30,000 students, over 4,000 staff and 650 courses. It is one of the UK's most progressive and innovative universit...Read the full profile for Sheffield Hallam University

7. University of Salford

The University of Salford has approximately 20,000 students on the main campus on 60 acres of parkland on the banks of the River Irwell. The University of Salford is on the leading edge of research innovation in many fields, including virtual reality, magnetics and optics, genetic algorithms, building design and prosthetics. The university is also a founding member of the Northern Consortium. Programmes are related to the world of work. As one of the first universit...Read the full profile for University of Salford

8. University of Hertfordshire

The University of Hertfordshire is a modern university based largely in Hatfield, in the county of Hertfordshire, about 35 km north of London. It describes itself as “the UK’s leading business-facing university”, and has more than 23,000 students, 2,800 of which are from 85 different countries. The university was originally a technical college for aerospace engineering, which remains one of its strengths, along with astrophysics, business and eng...Read the full profile for University of Hertfordshire

9. University of Northumbria

Northumbria University has its roots in three 19th century colleges which combined in 1969. Officially called the University of Northumbria at Newcastle, the university is located in the centre of the north-east city, about 230km north of London. It is the largest university in the north-east of England, with 33,000 students in total, of which over 3500 are international with a similar number studying abroad. Northumbria is well known for its Sc...Read the full profile for University of Northumbria

10. Liverpool John Moores University

Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) was originally founded in 1825 as the Liverpool Mechanics' School of Arts. The School of Arts merged with different colleges over the years to become the Liverpool Polytechnic. In 1992, the Polytechnic became one of the UK's new generation universities and assumed the name Liverpool John Moores University. LJMU is one of the largest universities in the UK, with almost 25,000 students, and about 350 km north of L...Read the full profile for Liverpool John Moores University

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