From offering evening classes to the local community, to teaching soldiers skills to help them find employment after the First World War, Bucks has been many things to many people. We recently celebrated our 125th anniversary and looked back on some remarkable achievements from over the years.
School of Arts & Creative Industries have following departments:
The research Centres and Institutes operate proactively and by matching commissioners values. Our creativity is reactive to the needs of our partnerships who are the public and private sector educational partners. We engage locally, regionally, nationally and with international partners as our integrated inter-disciplinary provisions grow.
We have a dedicated team of career and employment specialists, who work in partnership with academic colleagues, employers and the Students' Union to prepare you for the world of work. This service is available to all our students and for up to two years after graduation. We don’t just help with employment after you finish at Bucks, we’ve got lots of advice and support if you’re looking for part-time or voluntary work while you’re at uni too.
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We have a lot to offer – studios for drama, dance and audio purposes, production suites, healthcare simulation labs, a photography studio and a human performance lab.
Coming to university is always a big move. Of course, you'll want the certainty of knowing where you are going to live. You'll also want a place that fits in with your studies and suits your social life, and most of all, you'll want somewhere you'll feel at home.
Rooms in our Covid-safe student accommodation will start at £80 per week and include:
The library service is here to offer students a wide range of learning resources including:
The Human Performance, Exercise and Wellbeing Centre is part of the High Wycombe Campus and brings together our teaching, research and enterprise across health, sport, exercise and wellbeing.The centre comprises of our Human Performance Laboratory (HPL) and our Sports and Wellbeing Clinic, which is accessible to staff, students and the public.
You’ll find our impressive campuses in four lively towns just outside London. Wherever you’re based, you’ll have endless places to explore and great travel links to the rest of the UK and beyond.
Our free bus service makes it easy to travel between our High Wycombe and Uxbridge campuses. It also means you can make the most of our Students’ Union, gym and events.
Based in Buckinghamshire or Greater London you’ll be able to enjoy the buzz of London without the stress and cost of living there. Simply hop on a direct train or tube!
And if you want an adventure, jump in the car to visit other great towns and tourist attractions. Or head up the road to Heathrow to escape for a weekend break.
A wide range of sports and fitness classes take place in our large, versatile sports space on our High Wycombe Campus.
Stretch and relax at Fitness Pilates, work your muscles with Reps and Sets, or squeeze in a quick H.I.I.T workout. Becoming a student member at Gateway Gym is a great way to stay active while you study and find ways to exercise that you love.
In December 2018 we received a Gold accreditation for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) which recognised the positive impact that our staff and students make to the environment; in the community; and across our campuses.
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