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University of Winchester

United Kingdom, Winchester    See a map
Sparkford Road Winchester Hampshire SO22 4NR UK

OVERVIEW

The University of Winchester is one of the UK's most popular and supportive academic institutions and welcomes international students onto an exciting range of important and attractive programmes.

With a history dating back to 1840, and with some of the most modern teaching and accommodation facilities in the UK, the University of Winchester is home to some 600 International students from over 60 countries. All students at Winchester have the chance to make friends and experience international cultures from Albania to Zimbabwe, and everywhere in between. The ancient capital of England, Winchester is a friendly, welcoming and beautiful city and is recognised as one of the best places to live in the UK.

They have established excellent connections with many leading local, national and international employers for part time, placement and graduate job opportunities which Winchester's students can take advantage whilst they are there and once they have graduated.

The University's policy of strong academic support, small-group culture, and excellent teaching within one of the UK's highest-ranked, most beautiful cities makes them a great choice for International students. The University welcomes students onto a range of programmes at levels from Foundation through Undergraduate (Bachelors) and Postgraduate (Masters) to Research (PHD). The international students at the University of Winchester consistently tell how much they enjoy studying there and that the teaching style at Winchester allows them to realise their full potential and move on to successful careers.  

ACCOMMODATION

Just one hour away from London, the quintessential English city of Winchester combines the best of city life with medieval history and beautiful countryside.

The campus has many beautiful and traditional buildings, as the University's history is dating back to 1840. In addition they have many very modern buildings and teaching facilities, some of which have won recent awards for architecture, and the University is constantly updating and investing in the campus.

The University is a cultural center and is located just 10 minutes' walk from the city center. They have two parts to the campus: the King Alfred Campus and the West Downs Campus which are located 5 minutes' walk from each other either side of the Hampshire Royal County Hospital.

The University of Winchester guarantees all International students a room in their halls of residence for each year you are studying there, so long as you apply in good time. There are various types of rooms available, the majority of which are on campus and have en suite facilities.

LIVING EXPENSES

The living costs of students studying at the University of Winchester will vary depending on your lifestyle. Living costs include food, transport, books and stationary, social activities and other similar necessary costs. University advises students to budget between £2000 to £3000 per year for these things but the amount you require may be different depending on how much or little of the above you do. You may be able to find a part time job to help with the cost of living whilst you are studying.

OVERVIEW

The University of Winchester is one of the UK's most popular and supportive academic institutions and welcomes international students onto an exciting range of important and attractive programmes.

With a history dating back to 1840, and with some of the most modern teaching and accommodation facilities in the UK, the University of Winchester is home to some 600 International students from over 60 countries. All students at Winchester have the chance to make friends and experience international cultures from Albania to Zimbabwe, and everywhere in between. The ancient capital of England, Winchester is a friendly, welcoming and beautiful city and is recognised as one of the best places to live in the UK.

They have established excellent connections with many leading local, national and international employers for part time, placement and graduate job opportunities which Winchester's students can take advantage whilst they are there and once they have graduated.

The University's policy of strong academic support, small-group culture, and excellent teaching within one of the UK's highest-ranked, most beautiful cities makes them a great choice for International students. The University welcomes students onto a range of programmes at levels from Foundation through Undergraduate (Bachelors) and Postgraduate (Masters) to Research (PHD). The international students at the University of Winchester consistently tell how much they enjoy studying there and that the teaching style at Winchester allows them to realise their full potential and move on to successful careers.  

ACCOMMODATION

Just one hour away from London, the quintessential English city of Winchester combines the best of city life with medieval history and beautiful countryside.

The campus has many beautiful and traditional buildings, as the University's history is dating back to 1840. In addition they have many very modern buildings and teaching facilities, some of which have won recent awards for architecture, and the University is constantly updating and investing in the campus.

The University is a cultural center and is located just 10 minutes' walk from the city center. They have two parts to the campus: the King Alfred Campus and the West Downs Campus which are located 5 minutes' walk from each other either side of the Hampshire Royal County Hospital.

The University of Winchester guarantees all International students a room in their halls of residence for each year you are studying there, so long as you apply in good time. There are various types of rooms available, the majority of which are on campus and have en suite facilities.

LIVING EXPENSES

The living costs of students studying at the University of Winchester will vary depending on your lifestyle. Living costs include food, transport, books and stationary, social activities and other similar necessary costs. University advises students to budget between £2000 to £3000 per year for these things but the amount you require may be different depending on how much or little of the above you do. You may be able to find a part time job to help with the cost of living whilst you are studying.

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