Free workshop by Buckinghamshire New University


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2011-11-04 - 2011-11-04

British Council Nepal, Lazimpat

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Buckinghamshire(Bucks) New University

Buckinghamshire New University is conducting a workshop and taking spot admission in the British Council from 1000  - 1200 hours on 4 November 2011. Bring your academic and other relevant documents for spot admission.

Bucks is a thoroughly modern university, one which is always open to fresh ideas and thinking. We have outstanding partnerships with employers and we think our innovative high-quality courses will help to prepare you for your chosen career when you graduate. Our courses are focused on enabling you to succeed in your career and giving you a rich and fulfilling experience that will be of value, whatever you choose to do in life.

Bucks is a friendly, supportive community, in the last few years we have invested over £60 million in our University buildings – but the biggest investment we make is in our students, and we are here to help you achieve your goals.

With students from over 50 countries worldwide we really value our multicultural diversity, and all our students know they will receive a warm welcome to help them quickly settle in to life at Bucks.

Bucks achievements

  1. Bucks saw a 17.3% per cent increase in applications for full-time undergraduate courses, compared to 2010 statistics, putting Bucks in the TOP 10 universities for percentage increases in applications, according to UCAS
  2. Bucks features in the TOP 30 Universities throughout the United Kingdom in order of value-added ranking, based on graduate salary, according to research reported in Times Higher Education (2011).
  3. The overall satisfaction score for Bucks students in the latest NSS results (2011) has gone up by five per cent. Teaching was top for overall satisfaction at 79 per cent, up four per cent from last year
  4. Bucks was ranked Number One for Nursing in London by NHS London in 2009 and in the TOP 3 for all fields in 2010.
  5. Bucks was judged one of the best universities for the second year running (2009 and 2010), for courses and lecturers by students using the Hotcourses website, whatuni.com.