University of Surrey
- Published: Friday, 11 October 2013 16:31
The University of Surrey is one of the UK’s leading professional, scientific and technological universities with a world class research profile and a reputation for excellence in teaching and research.
Ground-breaking research at the University is bringing direct benefit to all spheres of life – helping industry to maintain its competitive edge and creating improvements in the areas of health, medicine, space science, the environment, communications, defence and social policy. Programmes in science and technology have gained widespread recognition and it also boasts flourishing programmes in dance and music, social sciences, management and languages and law.
In addition to the campus on 150 hectares just outside Guildford, Surrey, the University also owns and runs the Surrey Research Park, which provides facilities for 110 companies employing 2,750 staff.
Surrey Business School at the University of Surrey has announced the launch of their first degree apprenticeship in collaboration with leading training provider Qube Learning.
The University of Surrey is leading a new multi-million pound hub which will develop AI and robotics that could change the face of future space missions.
Global no. 1 university business incubator SETsquared is the enterprise partnership between the universities of Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Southampton and Surrey.
It was a logical step for the University of Surrey to build a relationship with the Guildford video games industry – an initiative which has rapidly reaped results.
In September 2015, the University of Surrey’s £75m 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) officially opened to define and develop the 5G infrastructure that will underpin the way we live our lives in the future.
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SMEs can improve networks to grow.
Enabling both university and business to break new ground.
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