University of Bedfordshire

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Although a new university, Bedfordshire is an institution with a rich heritage, and academic roots across the county dating back to 1882. The University of Bedfordshire has students from more than 120 countries at its five campuses across the UK; Luton, Bedford, Putteridge Bury, Aylesbury and Milton Keynes.

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University of Bedfordshire delivers high quality teaching, learning and outcomes for it's students. It consistently exceeds rigorous national quality requirements for UK higher education.
Student Population
Female / Male Students
62% Female
38% Male
Full / Part Students
78% Full Time
22% Part Time
International Students
81% Domestic
19% International
Stats from HESA

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20 January 2019

Campus is lovely. Not much is told to us about the facilities available. Course is so interesting and 100% glad I chose it.

20 January 2019

The University of Bedfordshire is a good university offering high-tech sports science equipment. The online portal system, 'BREO' , however needs some adjusting. Since moving to UoB I've found it difficult to access and navigate the essential BREO system and this has negatively impacted upon my learning. For example, my student timetable is not readily accessible to me, meaning that I've missed lectures some of the time. The university do not subscribe to many vital journals making it difficult to research and relying heavily on open access articles. Its not all bad though. Lectures vary in level of engagement, in terms of delivery and content. Some I thoroughly enjoy, and others not so much. The campus itself is good to the most part. The gateway building and sports science labs are great but other areas are very dated and old- this doesn't bother me much.

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University of Bedfordshire
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