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The university's two main campuses are in Luton town centre and Bedford, on Polhill Avenue. Both have been recently modernised with new teaching and social facilities and new on-campus accommodations.
Both main campuses have on-campus accommodation. There are also two dedicated campuses for the teaching of nursing and midwifery degrees at Butterfield Park on the outskirts of Luton and at the Buckinghamshire campus at Oxford House in Aylesbury. The university also has a site at Putteridge Bury which is home to its Knowledge Hub and postgraduate Business School. The campus is situated in approximately 30 acres of landscaped gardens. The current building was completed in 1911 and was designed by architects Sir Ernest George and Alfred Yeats in the style of Chequers, having had various redesigns and rebuilds over the years. The campus is home to the university's postgraduate Business School as well as the university's Conference Centre. A smaller fourth campus, the University Campus Milton Keynes, became part of the university in 2012
Each university campus has its own dedicated library and learning resources. There is also a large online digital library. Luton Park Square houses the university’s main library collection, the Social Learning Space and IT Suite. Bedford Polhill campus has a large library offering a full range of services including IT in the Learning Hub whilst Putteridge Bury specialises in materials supporting courses in education. Nursing students also have access to the NHS Trust Libraries.
Total Students 15600
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