University of Sunderland

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University of Sunderland

The University’s modern roots lie in Sunderland Technical College which opened in 1901. The University of Sunderland has a student population of more than 14,000, based on two main sites and at their London Campus, and they’re a pretty happy bunch according to the latest national student survey, which ranked them as the most satisfied in the north-east.

The Sir Tom Cowie campus at St Peter’s is a riverside development that has seen an investment of more than £50m in recent years. City Campus has seen further development of over £75m. Sunderland is a modern coastal city, right at the heart of the vibrant north-east. The city has been the focus of regeneration and investment, and is continuing to grow and develop.

The University celebrated a centenary of teacher education in 2008, 150 years of art and design in 2010, and 90 years of pharmacy in Sunderland in 2011, and in 2012 celebrates its 20th year as a university.

Five reasons to come to Sunderland:

  1. We were shortlisted for University of the Year in the Times Higher Education Awards 2012
  2. Great career support and work placement opportunities
  3. Affordable living costs
  4. Superb facilities – in fact we’ve invested £130m in our two Sunderland campuses
  5. A safe environment for our students

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