Staffordshire University is a connected university; connected to the need of students, academic partners, business and society. The newly transformed City Campus is based in Stoke-on-Trent and boasts excellent learning and teaching facilities, good transport links and stimulating social spaces. The University has Centres of Excellence in Healthcare Education in Stafford and Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, and has made considerable investment in specialist facilities.
With a strong track record of working with employers it aims to be a leading university for digital technologies building on existing strengths in computing and computer games. With new facilities in Creative Arts, Digital Technologies and Computing which sit alongside a recent investment in Engineering and Sciences, it is creating a strong, connected regional university.
Staffordshire University is home to approximately 11,000 full-time students, and has an international network of over 14,000 students studying Staffordshire University awards at partner organisations around the world. Staffordshire University’s School of Computing has built up a global reputation for producing graduates with the technical skills, creative ability and vision to succeed in the field of computing. Being the very first UK university to offer a computing degree – back in 1965 - Staffordshire University constantly updates and innovates to ensure that they continue to create the computing professional of the future. Industry links include some of the biggest names in the business such as Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, Sony and Cisco.
For more information, visit the University website: http://www.staffs.ac.uk/