The University of Suffolk opened in 2007 and is one of the newest Higher Education institutions in the UK. Located in the East of England, the University of Suffolk is a unique, modern institution with a stunning waterfront location. At the University of Suffolk, graduates are prepared for a world where nothing ever stays the same, learning in a place where you are encouraged to embrace change, as well as aspire and inspire in equal measure. Our current students have recently ranked us 14th out of 122 institutions based on their academic experience. The University's main campus is situated on Ipswich Waterfront, with other courses offered at our various Partner Colleges around Suffolk.
The University of Suffolk has a varied and diverse student body, which creates a stimulating and inspiring place to study University of Suffolk offers an attractive portfolio of courses within the Faculty of Arts, Business and Applied Social Science and the Faculty of Health and Science. Degrees range from Foundation, Honours and Postgraduate, to Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses. University of Suffolk currently employs around 200 academics who ensure the institution continues to provide students with a high quality and innovative teaching and learning experience. Student numbers have steadily increased since the first cohort of students began in 2007. Total Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) student numbers have grown to 4,015 (2016/17). Student numbers are currently made up of full-time (73%) and part-time (27%), male (33%) and female (67%) and under 25's (59%) and over 25's (41%).
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