Ranked number one for student satisfaction two years in a row (National Student Survey, 2014 & 2015) students come to Keele University because of the academic reputation, courses which are relevant to careers, the excellence of the research and training, and the beautiful and spacious campus. Situated in North Staffordshire, Keele has the largest UK campus with over 600 acres of landscaped parkland, fields, woodlands and lakes. The campus is self-contained with student residences, teaching buildings, the Library, a mosque, restaurants and cafes, the Students’ Union, shops, a bank, sports centre and health centre. Despite its size, the campus has a genuine, friendly student and staff community. Keele University was ranked 6th in the UK for high quality staff and lectures and 13th for student experience in the Times Higher Student Experience Survey 2014.
Keele offers foundation, undergraduate, postgraduate and research programmes across three faculties: Health Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Natural Sciences. At undergraduate level, through the dual honours system, students can choose from over 500 different subject combinations enabling them to study two subjects to degree level. Popular combinations include Chemistry and Forensic Science; Marketing and Media Communications and Culture; and Human Geography and Politics. Single honours courses in professional subjects including Biomedical Science, Law, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy are also available. Master’s degree courses are offered in the fields of Biomedical Engineering, Environmental Sustainability, Finance, Human Resource Management, IT, International Relations, Law, Management, Physiotherapy and Psychology.