The University of Central Lancashire is the international, multi-campus University tracing its roots back to 1828 and leading the way in modern learning today.
Today the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) is one of the UK’s largest universities with a staff and student community approaching 38,000. Their employment-focused course portfolio with over 350 undergraduate programmes, nearly 200+ postgraduate courses and rich array of CPD courses means they offer students the skills and experience that industry needs.
UCLan’s graduates achieve outstanding results and are highly employable. Over 69% of their students graduate with a First or 2:1 while 95.5% of their graduates enter employment or further study within six months of graduating (Higher Education Statistics Agency 2018). The University is Lancashire’s largest provider of graduate level qualifications and they have established links with global businesses, police constabularies, NHS trusts and more than 1,000 regional enterprises across a variety of sectors.
On the world stage, the University’s expert research teams work collaboratively with major international organisations, from the United Nations and the World Health Organisation to the European Space Agency and NASA.