Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Colchester. Hopefully not too hard: Colchester is the only one of these locations actually in Essex.
Aberdeen, Robert Gordon. Robert Gordon and Aberdeen are both based in Aberdeen. Abertay is further down the east coast, in Dundee. Stirling is in central Scotland and no Highland University (yet) exists.
Thames Valley University. For instance, in the 2002 HEFC funding assessment. Most people who have visited agree standards are generally low.
University of Glamorgan. Treforest is near Cardiff, in Wales. Strathclyde is based in Glasgow, Ulster at various locations in Northern Ireland and Cranfield in Shrivenham.
|Which University was the first in the UK to admit (matriculate) women students?||UK Universities
University College London. UCL was the first, and the others reluctantly followed suit. Their degrees were awarded by the University of London. At Cambridge, women were not awarded degrees until after WWII, merely letters stating that they have the equivalent of a degree.
|If you were studying for a degree at Scarborough, which university could you be a member of?||UK Universities
University of Hull. University College Scarborough became part of the University of Hull in 2000.
|The University of Oxford is the UK's oldest university. On what University was it originally modelled?||UK Universities
University of Paris. The University of Paris was the model for most early universities, although Oxford rapidly grew in importance.