Buckinghamshire New University Guide
Buckinghamshire New University will be celebrating its 125th year in 2016. It was opened as a Science and Art School and throughout the early 20th century evolved as a specialist institution, until the 1950s when it was expanded as a Further Education College. It gained full University status in 2007 and was renamed Buckinghamshire New University.
Courses and teaching
Bucks New University has two faculties offering courses in Society and Health and Design, Media and Management. Most of its health-related programmes are taught from its campus in Uxbridge, West London. The School of Pre-Qualifying Nursing & Vocational Health Care has many years of experience providing nursing programmes and it works closely with local NHS partners. The University’s High Wycombe campus is home to a wide variety of courses in; Art, Design and Creativity, Aviation and Travel, Business and Management, Human Performance and Sport, Media and New Technology, Social Sciences, and Security, Resilience and Justice.
The majority of the University’s annual fees for full-time undergraduate courses range from £9,000 for Home/EU students to £9,500 for overseas. Part-time and professional course fees vary according to level and duration. Fee details can be found at the University’s website at bucks.ac.uk.