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- Stoke-on-Trent, UK
- University type: Public
- Rank: 681
Program types Bachelor's degrees, Master's degrees, Postgraduate Pathway, Undergraduate Pathway
Programs total 231
Acceptance rates 82%
International Students 1115
Study abroad at Keele University
Keele University is a public research university located in the English county of Staffordshire. Keele has the largest single site campus in the UK, set in over 600 acres of countryside.
The campus provides student accommodation, library facilities, a Students’ Union, shops, restaurants and cafes, as well as teaching facilities. The campus also contains a chapel, an Islamic Center and an inclusive quiet space for those of any faith.
Keele offers a wide range of degree programs at the bachelor's, master’s and doctorate levels. Their areas of expertise include medicine and health sciences, humanities and social sciences, and natural sciences.
Why study at Keele University?
- Student satisfaction
Keele University is ranked joint 1st in England for program satisfaction (Guardian University League Table 2019)
- Green campus
Keele’s campus is in the global top 20 for campus sustainability (UI Green Metric ranking, 2017)
- Graduate employability
Keele has 96% graduate employability
Life as an international student
Keele University has a dedicated International Student Support team who are on hand to support you during your time studying in the UK. They offer a complimentary meet and greet service from London Heathrow and Manchester airports to ensure you receive a warm, friendly welcome. They also offer a program of practical and social activities that are designed to help you settle in and make friends.
The Keele International Students’ Society is one of many student groups dedicated to people from diverse nations. They offer specialist, confidential advice on topics such as immigration, finance and welfare concerns.
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Fees and funding
Please find below details of the tuition fees for international applicants for undergraduate and postgraduate courses for the academic year.
- International Year One
- Undergraduate tuition fees
£13505 - £32000
- Postgraduate tuition fees
£14,760 - £18,650
Keele, Newcastle ST5 5BG, UK
Stoke-on-Trent is a vibrant city for students to live in, and offers plenty of events throughout the year, including a summer festival and food and drink festival.
Visa requirements for University of Keele
Many international students will require a visa to study in the UK, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.UK student visa requirements