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Staffordshire University

Facilities
Stoke-on-Tren
England
Accredited By
ACU
Established Date
1992
17735
Total Students
None
Type
Rs. 906000 - Rs. 1121000 ( None)
Fees Range

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Staffordshire University is situated at Staffordshire University, C117 Cadman Building College Road Stoke on Trent Staffordshire ST4 2DF United Kingdom in Stoke-on-Tren.

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Courses Offered

BEng(Hons) Mechanical Engineering
  • 3 Years
  • Bachelor of Engineering-B.E.
  • Engineering
LLB
  • 3 Years
  • Bachelor of Law-LLB
  • Politics / Law / Humanities
BA(Hons) in Advertising and Brand Management
  • 3 Years
  • Bachelor of Arts-B.A.
  • Media Films / Mass Communication
BEng(Hons) Electrical Engineering
  • 3 Years
  • Bachelor of Technology
  • Engineering
BSc(Hons) in Nursing Practice (Adult)
  • 3 Years
  • Bachelor of Science-B.Sc.
  • Medicine / Beauty / Health Care

Staffordshire University - SU - ACU

Staffordshire University is a university in Staffordshire, England. It has one main campus based in the city of Stoke-on-Trent and two other other campuses in Lichfield and Shrewsbury. In 1901, industrialist Alfred Bolton acquired a 2-acre (8,100 m2) site on what is now College Road and in 1906 mining classes began there. In 1907, pottery classes followed, being transferred from Tunstall into temporary buildings, and in 1914 the building now known as the Cadman Building was officially opened as the Central School of Science and Technology by J. A. Pease, President of the Board of Education. A frieze over the entrance depicts potters and miners. In 2013, the Library Conference room in the Cadman building was renamed the Alfred Bolton room. In 1915, a department was established for the commercial production of Seger cones used to measure and control the temperatures of ceramic furnaces, based upon research completed by the principal, Joseph Mellor. Grants from the Carnegie United Kingdom Trust in 1924 were used to develop the ceramics library and in 1926 the name of the institution was changed to North Staffordshire Technical College. By 1931 extensions to the Cadman Building ran along Station Road and housed the Mining Department. A grant was awarded from the Miners’ Welfare Fund to fund the building work. The new extension also housed the library, which by now had 35,000 volumes. By 1934 the college consisted of four departments: Engineering (nearly 800 students), Pottery (just over 600 students), Mining (just under 500 students), and Chemistry (under 300 students).

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Why join Staffordshire University

Facilities

100%

Placement

19 Type Courses Available

  • 5 UG Courses
  • 14 PG Courses

Awards

  • The university is noted for its science departments with several of it's programmes and department featuring in the top 10 in UK.

  • It has been ranked in the top 100 Universities in the UK for many years.

Staffordshire University Placements

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Visiting Companies

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Student Placement

Infrastructure

Staffordshire University
  • The university has two main campuses, four smaller campuses, and extensive links with National, European and Transnational academic institutions.

  • The two main campuses (Stoke-on-Trent and Stafford) and the Lichfield campus all have purpose built Business Villages. These have fully furnished small office spaces with internet access.

  • The main campus is in Shelton, Stoke-on-Trent, and primarily offers law, business, sciences, applied computing, engineering, arts, design, journalism and media production courses.

  • These are split into two areas, one on College Road, and the other on Leek Road.

  • A new Science and Technology facility was opened in 2012 as part of a major redevelopment adjacent to Stoke-on-Trent railway station.

  • The old science building on the College Road campus, Mellor building has since been refurbished to form the new home of the School of Engineering (which moved from the Stafford Beaconside campus) in 2013 and applied computing which moved from Brindley building in 2013.

  • A large section of the campus is supported by AirNet, the university's free wireless connection.

  • The Stoke campus also features its own student nightclub called the "LRV" short for the Leek Road Venue. This nightclub hosts a variety of student nights on various days of the week but its main open nights are on a Wednesday and Friday.

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