University of Central Lancashire
Preston,Lancashire, UK,PR1 2HE
The history of UCLan or the University of Central Lancashire dates to 1828. Today, the institution is a leading modern university located in the heart of Preston, England. With 120 partnerships across the globe, UCLan has notable campuses in Cyprus, Cumbria, and Burnley as well. Furthermore, it was awarded the TEF Silver, which is provided to institutions that offer learning and outcomes for their students through high-quality teaching. The university has been consistently considered as having exceeded rigorous national quality requirements especially for higher education services in the UK.
According to statistics 95.5% of UCLan’s students chose further study or were in employment within six months of completion of their graduation. World-class education and unforgettable student experience come along with UCLan’s vibrant student culture. Excellent networking and industry links prove extremely beneficial for students. To provide students with invaluable work experience, the university connects itself with more than 1,000 leading employers for career-ready graduates, who are always in high demand.
UCLan is situated in Preston, Lancashire, on a campus just a short distance from the city centre. The beautiful landscape of the Lake District is not far away, and the town itself is host to many cafes and galleries, as well as a shopping centre, world-class sports facilities and historic architecture.
- Tom Harforth, Fine Art
- Ike Obanye, Architectural Technology
- Gabrielle Ball, Fashion Brand Management
- Thomas Cousins, Education, MA
- Grace Scott, History, Museums and Heritage
- Preston North End may not be thought of as an English football powerhouse today, but they won the league and the FA Cup in 1889 without losing the game all season. Only Arsenal (in 2004) has managed an undefeated top-level league campaign ever since.
- With reference to alcohol abstention, the first use of the word ' teetotal ' was documented at a meeting of the Preston Temperance Society in 1833. However, you don't have to be a teetotaler, as the number of quality pubs and bars in the city shows.