The University of Suffolk continues to grow and excel in delivering quality education and a fantastic student experience. It is home to more than 5,000 students, who together represent 68 different nationalities and cultures around the world. The university’s community prides itself on cultivating a warm, welcoming and sociable atmosphere in which students can feel at home and become well acquainted with their tutors and peers.
The university recently received top 20 rankings for several courses in the Guardian University Guide 2022, including History (4th in the country) and English and Creative Writing (8th in the country).
Students attending the university will be able to choose between a wide range of subjects and courses delivered through four distinct academic schools:
Students attending the University of Suffolk will benefit from a great lifestyle as its prime location has lots to offer its residents. As well as being close to the sea, Ipswich Waterfront is just an hour's train ride from London. There are also plenty of shops, bars and pubs to explore, as well as local festivals Latitude, Pulse, First Light Festival and FolkEast to name a few.
University of Suffolk students on Whatuni say:
“The University has helped me to develop not only academically to such a high standard but also personally. The quality of teaching has been superb and the Students’ Union has given me such great opportunities and experiences.”
“The lectures have always been engaging and very informative as well as purposefully staying relevant to our future careers.”
“I absolutely love this uni, the location is amazing and so beautiful. It is a small uni so isn’t overwhelming but feels instantly homely. The town is small yet has everything you need within a small walking distance.”