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Institute of Nursing and Health Research

The Ulster Universitys Institute of Nursing and Health Research, previously known as the University of Ulsters Institute of Nursing Research, is a research institute of Ulster University which is physically located at the Jordanstown, Coleraine a ...

List of people associated with University College London

Apart from Jeremy Bentham, all these men were named in Latin on the Foundation Stone. Thomas Wilson 1764–1843, Congregationalist benefactor of chapels and educational institutions, founder member of the UCL Council from 1825. Sir Stephen Wall, Br ...

Gower Street, London

Gower Street is a one-way street in Bloomsbury, central London, running from Euston Road at the north to Montague Place in the south. The street is continued from North Gower Street north of the Euston Road. To the south it becomes Bloomsbury Str ...

Holmbury St Mary

Holmbury St. Mary is a village in Surrey, England centered on shallow upper slopes of the Greensand Ridge. Its developed area is a clustered town 4.5 miles southwest of Dorking and 8 miles southeast of Guildford. Most of the village is in the bor ...

Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital

The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital is a specialist orthopaedic hospital located in Greater London, United Kingdom, and a part of Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust. It provides the most comprehensive range of neuro-musculoskeletal ...

UCL Arts and Sciences

The UCL Arts & Sciences degree is an interdisciplinary, undergraduate degree at University College London, United Kingdom. It is part of the UCL Faculty of Arts and Humanities for administrative purposes, but it engages fully with all science, so ...

UCL University Preparatory Certificate (UPC)

UCL Undergraduate Preparatory Certificate is a foundation course for international students taught at University College London. It is an intensive one-year course to prepare international students for a variety of degree programmes at UCL and ot ...

UCL Wolfson Institute

The Wolfson Institute for Biomedical Research at UCL is an academic department of the Faculty of Biomedical Sciences of University College London located in London, United Kingdom. The Institute is situated in the Cruciform Building, formerly the ...

Staverton Road

The road runs east–west with a gentle curve halfway along. At the western end of the road is a junction with Woodstock Road A4144 and at the eastern end is a junction with Banbury Road A4165, the two major arterial roads out of Oxford to the nort ...

RAF Oxenhope Moor

RAF Oxenhope Moor was a British Second World War radio station, located on Cock Hill Moor near the village of Oxenhope in Yorkshire. It was known by a number of different names, including Oxenhope Laboratory, Oxenhope Radar Station and Oxenhope W ...

University Academy Keighley

University Academy Keighley is a mixed secondary school and sixth form located in Utley, in the English county of West Yorkshire. Previously administered by Bradford city Council, high school grinded to convert to Academy status in September 2010 ...

Capital House, Chester

Capital House, Chester is an historic building in Handbridge which currently forms the centre of the Queens Park Campus of the University of Chester.

SIRCAMS

The Scottish Instrumentation and Research Centre for Advanced Mass Spectrometry is a facility for ultra-high resolution mass spectrometry of biomolecules. SIRCAMS is based in the University of Edinburgh School of Chemistry. A large part of resear ...

Exoniensis

Exoniensis is the Latin adjectival form of Exonia, the Latin name for the city of Exeter in Devon, England. It therefore means "of Exeter".

Northcott Theatre

The Northcott Theatre is a theatre situated on the Streatham Campus of the University of Exeter, Exeter, Devon, England. It opened in 1967 and was run until 2010 by the Northcott Theatre Foundation, when the company ceased operating after a perio ...

St Lukes Campus

St Lukes Campus is a small university campus which is part of the University of Exeter. The School of Sport and Health Sciences, the Graduate School of Education and the Medical School are all based at St Lukes. SV. Lukes is also home to children ...

Streatham Campus

The Streatham Campus in Exeter, Devon is the largest campus of the University of Exeter. The centre of the campus is occupied by teaching, administrative and service buildings. Most of the universitys student halls of residence, and some accommod ...

University of Glamorgan Union

The University of Glamorgan Students Union was the students union at the University of Glamorgan, primarily based at the universitys Treforest campus. It was known under the letters UGU. The union was an affiliate of National Union of Students of ...

University of Huddersfield Business School

Huddersfield Business School is a school of the University of Huddersfield in West Yorkshire. It consists of five academic departments: Accountancy, Finance and Economics, Management, Logistics, Operations, Hospitality and Marketing, Law. In addi ...

Ferens Hall

Ferens Hall is a former hall of residence on a complex known as "The Lawns" for the University of Hull, England The motto engraved on the Ferens Hall Shields is "Ferendo non Feriendo". Prior to its closure in 2018, it was the original hall on The ...

Hull University Labour Club

Hull University Labour Club is a Hull University Union society for University of Hull students who support the Labour Party. It is one of the oldest societies at Hull, first formed as the Hull College Labour Society from 1952-1958, the Hull Unive ...

The Lawns

The Lawns is a student accommodation complex for the University of Hull, located in Cottingham, East Riding around of Yorkshire, England. It comprises seven halls of residence and the Lawns Centre. The latter is the complexs catering and social h ...

Darwin College, Kent

After heavy debate, it was named after Charles Darwin, the biologist. Unusually for a namesake of a Kent college, Darwin had strong connections to the historic county of Kent, having lived in Down House at Downe now in the London Borough of Broml ...

Eliot College, Kent

The college is named after T. S. Eliot, the poet who died on 4 January 1965, the same day the university was formally established. The name "Caxton College", after William Caxton, was also considered.

Kent Family Placement Project

The Kent Family Placement Project was initiated in 1975 by Nancy Hazel, noted author and previous Research Fellow with the University of Kent department of Social Work.

KRoC

The Kent Retargetable occam Compiler, is computer software, an implementation of the programming language occam, that is based on the Inmos occam 2.1 compiler as a front-end and a retargetable back-end to produce machine code for various micropro ...

Rutherford College, Kent

Rutherford College is the second oldest college of the University of Kent. It is located on the universitys Canterbury campus and was established in 1966.

Leeds University Centre for African Studies

Leeds University Centre for African Studies is an interdisciplinary centre at the University of Leeds that was established in 1964, and has members from a variety of faculties who share an interest in African Studies. The English, Geography, Hist ...

School of Politics and International Studies, University of Leeds

The School of Politics and International Studies is part of the faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Law at the University of Leeds. The head of school is currently Professor Duncan McCargo, who recently replaced Professor Clive Jones. Polis ...

West Riding Professor of Music

The West Riding Professorship of Music was established as a named chair at the University of Leeds in 1949 and paid for, initially, by £5.000 annually from the West Riding County Council. The first appointee was J. R. Denny, who took up the chair ...

White Rose College of the Arts & Humanities

The White Rose College of the Arts & Humanities is a doctoral training partnership between the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York, who are members of the White Rose University Consortium, formed in 2013. WRoCAH funds dissertation research ...

Woodhouse Cemetery

The Leeds General Cemetery is a former cemetery in Woodhouse, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It is now within the campus of the University of Leeds and has been landscaped and kept as an open space. Some original monuments and the cemetery chape ...

Harold Cohen Library, University of Liverpool

The Harold Cohen Library is the University of Liverpools library on the north part of the city centre campus. Its resources cater for students studying within the Faculty of Science & Engineering and the Faculty of Health & Life Sciences, which i ...

Greenbank House

Greenbank House, is a Grade II*-listed building in Liverpool, England. It stands within the University of Liverpools Greenbank Halls of Residence site, between Greenbank Road and Greenbank Lane.

James and Constance Alsop Professor of Music

The James and Constance Alsop Professorship of Music at the University of Liverpool was established in 1946, prior to that time, music teaching had been confined to the Department of Education but the new chair marked an attempt to "coordinate th ...

List of heads of member institutions of the University of London

Master, Birkbeck David Latchman. (Дэвид Latchman) President, city University of London Sir Paul Curran. (Сэр Пол Карран) The Director of the Courtauld Institute of art Deborah Swallow. (Дебора Проглотить) The Warden, Goldsmiths Pat Loughrey. (ПЭТ ...

Member institutions of the University of London

Member institutions of the University of London are colleges and universities that are members of the federal University of London. The institutions included in the University of London, in a number of different terms have historically. From Fede ...

Professor of Chinese, University of London

The Professor of Chinese is the oldest endowed position in Chinese in the United Kingdom. The position was endowed in 1845 by, or at least through the good offices of, Sir George Staunton. The position was originally held by Kings College. In 190 ...

University of London Computer Centre

The University of London Computer Centre was founded in 1968, and was the first supercomputer facility established in London for the purpose of scientific and educational research by all of the colleges of the University of London. ULCC initially ...

Fallowfield Campus

The Fallowfield Campus is the main residential campus of the University of Manchester. It is located in Fallowfield, Manchester, 2 miles south of the main university site, to which it is connected by Wilmslow Road and the A34.

Manchester Academy

The Manchester Academy is composed of four concert venues, located on the campus of the University of Manchester, in Manchester, England. The four venues are: Academy 1, 2 and 3 and Club Academy. Utilized by the Students Union, the venues are hou ...

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