University of Essex
The University of Essex was established in 1965, and is now one of the UK's leading academic institutions.
Essex is ranked in the UK top ten for its research excellence, with many of its academic schools and departments at the forefront of international research in their fields. The University is also ranked sixteenth in the country for student satisfaction (National Student Survey 2010).
Essex is the UK’s most internationally diverse campus university, with students from 135 countries. It has seventeen academic schools and departments which are arranged into four faculties and located at three campuses across Essex: Humanities and Comparative Studies; Law and Management; Social Sciences; and Science and Engineering. It has a strong Graduate School, offering both taught courses and research programmes.
The University’s Colchester Campus is set in a beautiful 200-acre parkland, just two miles outside of Colchester. The Southend Campus is based in the heart of Southend-on-Sea and is home to students studying within Essex Business School, the School of Health and Human Sciences, and East 15 Acting School. The Loughton Campus is the base for students on many of the East 15 Acting School’s courses and is just five minutes from the nearest London Underground station, Debden, on the Central Line.
The University has one of the most active and well-developed Students’ Unions in the country. As well as employment and development opportunities, the Students’ Union provides an excellent array of commercial and social facilities including a student-run radio and TV station.
Subject areas on offer at the University of Essex:
Accounting, Finance and Banking
Business and Management
English, European and US Literature
Entrepreneurship and Business
Health and Human Sciences
History of Art
Latin American Studies
Marine and Freshwater Biology
Oral Health Sciences
Sports and Exercise Science
For more information, contact the University of Essex directly:
University of Essex,
Tel: 01206 873666
Fax: 01206 873423