No different to any other university really - but then I am rarely (if at all) looking at university name.
For it to have university status, they can’t charge more than the capped amount by the government (for UK students anyway). Fees do not make a place elite or not.
From what I hear, the benefits are relatively small class/tutorial sizes. But not sure if I would trade that off for what isn’t a “fully functioning” university. You may get a bespoke education but you are doing so in a tiny community (only 200 undergraduates) and you won’t have all the student support services a normal university would.
Apart from their law degree, I query why their undergraduate degrees are validated by Southampton Solent - if they were doing as well as is reported I’m sure a better university would want to be associated with them.
Be mindful that the university is potentially being acquired by a US university. That’s likely to change how the university is run.
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Last edited by J-SP; 1 month ago