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Our wide variety of degree programmes are designed to reflect students’ needs, and those of society and industry, whilst retaining academic rigour.
We also offer a diverse programme of postgraduate research across a broad spectrum, including everything from dance to investigations into atomic structures.
Our research qualifications, Doctor of Engineering (EngD), Integrated PhD, traditional PhD and MDs help prepare students for success in whatever career they decide to follow.
Popular courses at Surrey include:
Major/Minor degrees – Surrey's 65 new Major/Minor undergraduate degrees let you master your favourite subject while gaining insight into a different topic.
Veterinary Medicine and Science – offered by the School of Veterinary Medicine.
Tuition fees for UK/EU students for our undergraduate programmes are set at £9, 250 per year.
Our bursaries and scholarships include both merit-based and means-tested awards.
Over 2, 300 partner organisations work closely with us to give our students valuable experience of the professional environment, helping them to develop vital skills for the competitive graduate employment market. Most students on a Professional Training placement are paid a salary by their employers.
UK/EU students on NHS-funded programmes, such as nursing, midwifery, paramedic practice and operating department practice, do not have to pay any tuition fees
Depending on your chosen degree subject you can spend a semester or full year studying in either your second or third year at one of our partner universities – either in another part of Europe with Erasmus funding, or as far afield as New Zealand, Hong Kong, South Korea, the USA, Canada, Australia, Thailand or Singapore.
In addition, you may choose to work abroad in your Professional Training year. Surrey has contacts with companies all over the world. You may or may not get paid. If you go to another part of Europe you will be eligible for an Erasmus grant.
Historic Guildford is a bustling town that has the benefit of being a close-knit community whilst being well connected to the heart of London and some of the world's busiest and most famous locations.
Guildford itself has a good range of pubs, bars and restaurants but keen clubbers looking for a big night out usually head to nearby London instead.
The campus takes up a large portion of the north west of the city meaning that the whole town has a young, studenty feel as well as being home to historic sites such as the Saxon Guildford Castle and the magnificent Guildford Cathedral.
Shoppers come from miles around for the best range of department stores, high street brand names, independent boutiques and cafés in the area.
The Students’ Union is a not-for-profit, independent charity, and it belongs to students. They represent and support students in every aspect of university life: communicating their views; facilitating clubs and societies; organising entertainment; offering student development opportunities; and providing help if things get tough.
They are at the centre of student life, ensuring students leave Surrey with a wealth of experiences, rich in memories, to complement their degree.
International student support
If you are coming to the UK from another country, there is an international student support team who are there to help you settle in and enjoy your time at the University.
Experienced staff are here to help, from the moment a student considers studying at the University until after graduation, and at all stages during studies. We offer professional advice on immigration and visa issues, pre-departure information, employment regulations and international student welfare.
The University benefits from major national facilities on campus, including the Ion beam Centre – used by academics from other universities – and Surrey Sports Park, world-class development that’s home to a range of professional teams, athletes and sporting events.
Multi-pound-pound investments abound. The Ivy Arts Centre, the Manor Park student village and the Library & Learning Centre all represent major recent projects, with a new School of Veterinary Medicine and the 5G Innovation Centre continuing the trend of investing in the best.
School of veterinary medicine
Our £45m Vet School will put Surrey on the map as a pioneering centre for interdisciplinary research to improve animal and human health. The school – one of only eight in the UK – will comprise three state-of-the-art new buildings and will include a pathology facility with high containment laboratories, and clinical skills centres for both large and small animals. Construction began in early 2014, and the complex should be complete in late summer 2015.
The school will be home to our innovative new research-led Veterinary Medicine & Science degree that will equip students to excel in the dynamic field of veterinary medicine.
5G innovation centre
The 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) at the University of Surrey is now the largest UK academic research centre dedicated to the development of the next generation of mobile and wireless communications. Bringing together leading academic expertise and key industry partners in a shared vision, the 5GIC will help to define and develop the 5G infrastructure that will underpin the way we communicate, work and live our everyday lives in the future.
Situated on the University of Surrey’s Guildford campus, the 5GIC houses 170 researchers in a purpose-built building. At the heart of the 5GIC is a state-of-the-art testbed – the world’s leading independent testbed for trialling emerging 5G ideas, proving concepts, validating standards and vendor inter-operability testing. This equips researchers with a fully-functioning advanced 4G network which, over time, will be upgraded to a fully-fledged 5G system, enabling the development and testing of 5G prototype technologies in a real world situation. The testbed covers an area of 4km2 comprising indoor and outdoor environments and supports broadband mobile and IoT. The Centre also hosts dedicated specialist laboratories for network testing and management, and communications electronics.startup coworking space london england international football fixtures 2022 only fools and horses appreciation society what is target market in business coronavirus latest figures worldwide how to write a business plan how to sign off a business email screwfix outdoor socket twitter worldwide trending easy christmas drawings hide an easter egg worldwide what is non verbal communication philips outdoor lights how to start a pest control business uk how would you describe the relationship between law and business? how to make business cards for free outdoor oven outdoor thermometer