Buckinghamshire New University

About Buckinghamshire New University

History

Buckinghamshire New University was given its full university status in 2007 and has two campuses in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire and West London. The university offers many courses, however, also offers several courses that are a rarity in British Universities.

International Applications

The university welcomes international students from across the world and has a dedicated international team who are on hand to help support students throughout their journey.

International students can apply to courses at Buckinghamshire New University using the online UCAS service. Entry requirements may vary depending on the course chosen and the level of study, however, to gain a place on an undergraduate course students must hold 2 UK A-Level qualifications or equivalent. English language proficiency will also be considered as part of the applications process. You are advised to visit the institution website to find out more information.

Subject Areas

There are two academic faculties at Buckinghamshire New University. These are the Faculty of Design, Media & Management, and the Faculty of Society & Health. These faculties contain multiple schools which are home to the courses on offer at the university. Courses are offered in the following areas:

  • Arts & Creative Industries
  • Health and Social Sciences
  • Management and Professional Studies
  • Nursing and Vocational Health Care

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Location of Buckinghamshire New University

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Courses at Buckinghamshire New University

There are 118 courses listed from Buckinghamshire New University. These are displayed below in alphabetical order: