The University of Bedfordshire has a student community of around 20,000, hailing from more than 120 countries.
The university’s facilities span five locations. Both the Luton and Bedford campuses are on the same train route from London St Pancras, making travel to the capital convenient.
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Since its establishment in 2006, the university has made an investment of more than £130 million in the building and development of facilities. The athletic facilities were put to use to accomodate athletes competing in the Rugby World Cup in 2015, and the London Olympic Games in 2012.
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During the REF 2021, it was determined that sixty percent of the university’s research, and fifty percent of its impact were either world-leading, or globally excellent.
Students can get a full package of help from the university to improve their academic skills, and adapt to the University and the area. Additional support is available for international students.
The University of Bedfordshire has campuses in Luton and Bedford (large towns to the north of London). Both the main campus in the middle of Luton, and the other, on the outskirts of Bedford, are equipped with on-campus housing for students.
Nursing and midwifery degrees are delivered at Butterfield Park, on the outskirts of Luton, and Oxford House, Aylesbury. The Postgraduate Business School is located at Putteridge, Bury.