Keele University - Intelligent Partners

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Keele University is renowned for its exciting approach to higher education, beautiful campus, strong community spirit and excellent student life. Wish to know more about this university? Check out this detailed presentation. Interested students can send a mail to info@intelligentgulf.com

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Keele University - Intelligent Partners

  1. 1. Daya EvansInternational Marketing Manager
  2. 2. Where is Keele?• One hour from Manchester and Birmingham• 2 hours from central London
  3. 3. Keele Campus Over 250 HectaresLargest campus in England19th Century Keele Village University College 1949 Keele University 1962
  4. 4. Facts and figures• Ranked 32nd of English universities (Sunday Times Good University Guide 2011)• Ranked 5th in UK for graduate prospects• 85% of research is internationally recognised and 11% is world-class• In the top 10 for student satisfaction (NSS)• Over 500 degree programmes and broadest range of combined degrees in the UK• 94% of students gained first or second degree class in ……. 2010
  5. 5. Keele undergraduate degrees Dual Honours• Study two subjects for three years to full honours degree level• Full academic and professional recognition in both subjects, doubling options on graduations• Opportunity to take modules in other subjects as part of the degree course
  6. 6. Keele undergraduate degrees Dual honours subjects Subjects offered include: • Business Management • Economics • Finance • Sciences • Media, Communications and Culture • International Relations • Mathematics • Computer Science
  7. 7. Keele ISC IY1 Entry requirements• Senior High School Certificate – depending on grades and IELTS into International Year 1 (with year 2 entry to Business, Computing, International relations or Media)
  8. 8. International Year 1• 3 term and 4 terms• UCAS 140 points or 100 points• IB 28 points or 26 points• Good High School grades• IELTS of 5.5 and 5.0
  9. 9. Postgraduate degrees• Master’s courses – one year of study including three months independent research and dissertation• 12 months long• Entry requirements: IELTS 6.0/6.5 and bachelors degree• 2 term Pre-master’s course available if qualifications do not meet entry for postgraduate study
  10. 10. Total costs IY1 and PMPAcademic Year 2011/12International Year One 4 terms £13,520International Year One 3.5 terms £13,520International Year One 3 terms £10,140Pre-Masters 2 terms £7,3302 terms + 1 term EPM £10,9952 terms + 2 terms EPM £14,660English Language Preparation per term £3,365Approximate cost of living £600 to £650 / month
  11. 11. Academic support• Personal Tutors• Careers service• Academic support – essay, study and exam skills• English Language courses as part of undergraduate first year and free support during undergraduate and postgraduate studies• Library and IT services• On-line learning resources including library texts• All courses are modular and assessment by essays, projects and examinations
  12. 12. Student Support & Development Services • International Student Support and International Student Support Officer • Counselling and Emotional Wellbeing • Disability and Dyslexia Support • Peer mentoring • Free immigration and legal advice • Resident Tutor for international students • International Students rep • Societies run by overseas students, e.g. … International Students’ Society
  13. 13. Facilities on campus• Library • Bookshop and• PC labs Newsagent• Leisure Centre • Restaurants, cafés, take-• Health Centre aways, bars• Chapel • KUSU – K2 nightclub, pool tables, plasma• Islamic centre screen TVs, shop• Bank and Post Office • Hair Salon• Supermarket
  14. 14. Living on Campus• Guaranteed room on campus for duration of the course• Within walking distance of centre of campus• Single study bedrooms• Can opt for female-only and male-only blocks• En-suite or shared bathrooms• Self-catered with shared kitchens• All rooms have internet connections and phones• Laundrettes and other facilities• Pay fees in instalments
  15. 15. En-suite room
  16. 16. Holly Cross
  17. 17. Eating• Self cater in hall kitchen• Supermarket on campus• Eat in one of catering outlets on site:• Vegetarian food available and Halal food on request• Keele card - discounts
  18. 18. Comus Restaurant
  19. 19. Student Union• Live music, The Lounge, • IAU Comedy Club • Voluntary Experience• Market Day Programme• Clubs and Societies • Legal Advice• KUBE award-winning • Awareness Campaigns radio • Representing students
  20. 20. Sports for everyone
  21. 21. Sport at Keele • Rugby, football, hockey • Squash, badminton, table tennis • Athletics • Netball, basketball, volleyball • Yoga and fitness classes • Dance • Kinesis Technogym • Fitness classes • Climbing/bouldering wall • Alternative Health • Physiotherapy, Massage, Solarium, Aromatherapy
  22. 22. Local Area• Newcastle-under-Lyme• Stoke-on-Trent and the Potteries• Cinema and theatre• Restaurants, clubs, pubs and wine bars• Beautiful cities and countryside• Good access routes• Regular bus service from campus
  23. 23. ThePotteries
  24. 24. Other Attractions
  25. 25. The Wrekin, Telford
  26. 26. Chester

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