Lancaster is placed among the top ten universities in the UK, being ranked 8th in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020, 7th in The Guardian University Guide 2020 and 7th in The Complete University Guide 2020. There are 165 higher education institutions in the UK.
Lancaster is one of a handful of collegiate universities in the UK, located close to Manchester and the Lake District. We’ve won the award for 'Best University Halls' for six years running, and are one of only five institutions in the world to achieve the International Accommodation Quality Mark. Our international community extends far beyond the campus with research, teaching, and exchange partnerships with leading universities and institutions in 26 countries across the world.
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Lancaster University consistently in the top ten in three main league tables. We are ranked 8th according to The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020, ranked 10th according to The Guardian University Guide 2021 & 8th according to The Complete University Guide 2021.
✚ High Rate for Employability After Graduation
We're the 3rd best university in the country for graduate prospects according to the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019 and Complete University Guide 2021. Students will have academic employability tutors to turn to, ready to offer advice or point you in the right direction. Work experiences or internships are also given to give the chance for the students to taste the professional life.
✚ Multicultural & International Environment
With students from over 100 countries, you'll be able to broaden your horizons, learning new subjects, finding new perspectives and discovering new experiences as part of a community that reaches around the world.
We allow our students to spend a few weeks abroad as part of your course, or even study for a whole year with one of our partner institutions around the world.
✚ Flexible Undergraduate Approach.
At Lancaster, we offer a flexible approach to help you get the most out of your studies.
For most degrees, it means you’ll have options for a minor subject from the very start – whether it’s a subject within your major degree programme, or in another subject altogether.
This way, you, as the student, will get the chance to explore an area that interests you, whether it’s something you enjoyed at school or something completely new. Either way, they help put your studies in a wider context, providing a breadth of understanding that can appeal to many employers.
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