What is University Alliance?
University Alliance represents a group of professional and technical universities. Find out more about what it does and who's a member...
What the University Alliance says:
Alliance universities power the UK’s workforce. They provide opportunities for students ranging from NHS and other public sector training to applied scientific research; from architecture, journalism and film making, to engineering and technology specialisms that are industry focused. Alliance universities have historical roots stretching back for centuries, with many having worked closely with commercial and professional partners for more than 150 years.
Courses at Alliance universities tend to be practical and hands-on, with innovative skills-led teaching using the latest technology and facilities, and access to real-world experience and work placements. A large proportion of courses at Alliance universities are accredited by professional bodies. They are at the cutting edge of research and innovation to solve real-world problems; providing great education while also making a positive impact on the wider community.
With close links to business and industry, many courses are designed in partnership with future employers, meaning students will graduate equipped with the necessary job-ready skills to make them some of the most employable and enterprising in the country.
Who's in the University Alliance?
There are 12 universities within the University Alliance.
- Anglia Ruskin University
- Birmingham City University
- University of Brighton
- Coventry University
- University of Greenwich
- University of Hertfordshire
- Kingston University
- Leeds Beckett University
- Oxford Brookes University
- University of South Wales
- Teesside University
- University of the West of England, Bristol