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About University of Sunderland
The University of Sunderland is a Top 50 UK university (Guardian University Guide 2023) and a global institution which offers life changing opportunities for 20,000 students across its four campuses in Sunderland, London and Hong Kong.
Students at the University have access to a diverse range of disciplines through its faculties; Arts and Creative Industries; Business, Law and Tourism; Education and Society; Health Sciences and Wellbeing; and Technology.
The academic teaching staff at Sunderland are experts in their field and students will benefit from the passion ...
The University of Sunderland is a Top 50 UK university (Guardian University Guide 2023) and a global institution which offers life changing opportunities for 20,000 students across its four campuses in Sunderland, London and Hong Kong.<br/><br/>Students at the University have access to a diverse range of disciplines through its faculties; Arts and Creative Industries; Business, Law and Tourism; Education and Society; Health Sciences and Wellbeing; and Technology.<br/><br/>The academic teaching staff at Sunderland are experts in their field and students will benefit from the passion and guidance they provide. With over 300 undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes to choose from, and many courses offering placement opportunities and the option to study on a full or part-time, there's something for everyone at Sunderland.<br/><br/>Over 70% of published research carried out at the University of Sunderland has been rated as either world-leading or internationally excellent in the 2021 Research Excellence Framework, doubling the proportion of world-leading or internationally excellent research since the REF was last held in 2014.
Sir Tom Cowie Campus
Just a short walk away from City Campus is the Sir Tom Cowie Campus at St. Peters, which is located on the coast with picturesque riverside views and beautiful beaches on its doorstep.
Business, Law, Tourism and Education are taught here, as is the main centre for computing and engineering. The campus is also home to the Media Centre, which includes a cinema, industry-standard TV studios and the University's very own radio station, Spark Radio. The National Glass Centre is also at St. Peters.
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University of Sunderland Key Information
Every course at the University of Sunderland is career focused and has been developed to help students gain valuable knowledge, skills and experience required to stand-out in their chosen field.
Sunderland Futures – the University's dedicated Careers and Employability Service – is a one-stop shop for everything careers-related and are committed to supporting all students and graduates achieve career success. They offer a wealth of information and advice to enable students make informed career decisions, gain work experience, find student jobs and improve their applications for work and further study. What's more, they deliver a wide range of annual career fairs, networking events, CV and interview workshops, masterclasses and so much more.
Sunderland is a friendly and inclusive university, welcoming students from all over the world.
We want our students to thrive and enjoy their time studying with us, therefore, we provide lots of support and encourage our students to make the most of their time at university by getting involved in the many sporting events and social clubs on offer through our Students’ Union.
On campus, we continue to invest heavily in our facilities; from our industry-standard science labs to our very own radio station and media centre, you can expect everything you need to excel in your studies and beyond.
Tuition Fees, Scholarships and Bursaries
The annual tuition fees for full-time, home students studying an undergraduate degree in 2023/24 are £9,250.
International fees apply to any students who live outside of the United Kingdom (UK), but there are exceptions for students from the Republic of Ireland, or with EU settled/pre-settled status. Tuition fees are £14,000 for 2023/24.
Fees for full-time students studying foundation degrees delivered off-campus at partner colleges are £8,750 for 2023/24.