Our Academic Partners
Stafford Global is an Academic Partner of some of the UK’s best universities and by extension – some of the best universities in the world. For detailed information on each university and their courses on offer, please click on the university logo.
An ambitious and innovative university with strong industry links, ENU is a double award winner of the Queen’s Anniversary Prize, a prestigious award which recognises the University for its internationally acclaimed research. One of Scotland’s largest universities, ENU boasts around 19,500 students from more than 140 countries.
The University of Dundee has over 17,000 students from over 140 countries, and aims to transform lives locally and globally through the creation, sharing and application of knowledge. One of only 12 in the United Kingdom to hold a Gold Award in the Teaching Excellence Framework, Dundee is ranked 3rd in the UK for Education.
One of the UK’s leading research and teaching universities, the University of Leicester is now celebrating over 30 years of offering high quality distance learning courses. With nearly 2,000 new distance learners joining them each year, Leicester’s courses are internationally renowned and their students come from 206 culturally diverse countries.
The third university in England, after Oxford and Cambridge, the University of Northampton was established by Royal Charter in 1261. The University of Northampton has over 14,000 students and is a TEF Gold winner. 92%* of its graduates are in employment or further study six months after graduating, and currently have alumni working for international organisations throughout the world.
The University of Nottingham’s first civic college was opened in 1881, and is now ranked in the UK top 10, the European top 30 and in the top 1% of all universities worldwide. Distinguished for its commitment to conventional as well as online learning and internationally renowned, world-class research, the School of Education at the University of Nottingham is one of the largest and most respected education departments globally.
The University of Hull is the 14th oldest University in England and was founded over 90 years ago in 1927 by the Duke of York. Today it houses more than 16,000 students, over a 1,000 academic staff and 2,500 employees. Their motto is Lampada Ferens, which means ‘carrying the light of learning’, and it stands for their strong heritage of academic excellence and dedication to life-changing research.
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