Staffordshire University has evolved into one of the country's most dynamic, progressive and forward-thinking learning institutions. Always quick to adapt as student requirements change, they have become renowned for their groundbreaking new courses and first-class learning opportunities.
Staffordshire University has a long and proud history of providing high quality, progressive and inclusive higher education for people from across Staffordshire, the region, the UK and the rest of the world.
They remain committed to reaching out to their learners and users in their own communities at home and overseas. To support this commitment they work from their own premises and those of various local and international partners.
They have two main campuses in Stoke-on-Trent and Stafford and a co-funded University Centre in Lichfield (SULC).
Nursing and midwifery courses are taught at Stafford and, following the integration into the University in 1995 of the Shropshire and Staffordshire College of Nursing and Midwifery, there are also bases in Shrewsbury, Telford and Oswestry.
They also run a number of vocational courses, including a wide range of employer-backed foundation degrees, through their long-established network of further education colleges throughout Staffordshire and into Shropshire. This nationally recognised consortium is known as SURF (Staffordshire University Regional Federation) In addition, more than 5,000 students are studying for Staffordshire University awards at overseas partner institutions based in Europe and across Asia.
16,000 students make up the University's vibrant cultural mix from the UK and around the world. One of the first things visitors notice about Staffordshire University is the wide diversity of ages, backgrounds, cultures, nationalities and lifestyles that make up their community, they also remain dedicated to fulfilling their responsibilities as a truly international centre of learning.