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Lancaster University

Overview

Lancaster was granted its Royal Charter in 1964 and was one of the new campus universities built in parkland outside the city. It is 15 minutes by bus to the vibrant and historic city of Lancaster in the northwest of England and close to Morcambe Bay. To the north lie the southern lakes and the city of Manchester is to the south. It has very good road and rail links and trains run directly to Manchester Airport. The university is proud of its collegiate system. All students are members of one of the nine colleges which provide accommodation and social and welfare programmes. The campus has very good sports’ facilities and Lancaster Arts is the centre for theatre, dance, exhibitions and concerts for the region. Lancaster offers a wide range of undergraduate programmes.

Students

12965 Students

71% Undergraduates

34% International

Facilities

Accommodation: Private rented



Accommodation: University, on campus




Campus: Green Space Campus



Campus: Rural Campus



Campus: Single Campus




Car Parking: Car Parking Available

Accommodation

University, off campus

University, on campus

Transport Links

Nearest Airport: John Lennon Airport ( 47.0 miles )

Nearest Train Station: Lancaster ( 3.4 miles )

Location

Lancaster University

University House

Lancaster University

LA1 4YW

North West England

Fees


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Graduate opportunities

External links


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