The University of Surrey is a global community of ideas and people, dedicated to life-changing education and research. The University of Surrey was established in 1966 via Royal Charter, and currently boasts a community of over 16,000 students, and more than 6,000 international students. With a beautiful and vibrant campus, the University provides exceptional teaching and practical learning to inspire and empower students for personal and professional success. Top subjects include: Modern Languages and Linguistics, Engineering (Electronic and Electrical), Sociology, Veterinary Science, Music, Chemistry, Criminology, Food Science, Nursing, and Hospitality, Leisure and Tourism.
The University of Surrey has been awarded the prestigious accolade of University of the Year for Graduate Employment in the Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide for 2022. The award recognises the University’s consistently high performance in the employability of its graduates. Improvements in teaching quality, assessments and feedback, support and services for students have helped lift the University of Surrey into the top 10 for this year’s National Student Survey – with an overall satisfaction score of 84 percent
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