University of Buckingham at SI-UK London
The University of Buckingham is unique. It is the smallest university in the country, a privately-funded charity, which was founded in 1976 by Oxford academics as a British version of the US Ivy League universities featuring small Oxbridge-style study tutorials. Your honours degree will be completed in two four-term years.
Buckingham have just over 2,000 students, about two-thirds of whom study campus, so it has a personal scale: no-one is lost in the crowd and friendships are easily made. As a small University you get to know everyone, there is always a familiar face around. The tutorial groups are small and you have very close contact with your tutors.
Where: SI-UK London Office
When: Tuesday 15 November 2016, 15:30 - 16:00
Representative: Trisha Ray
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