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The University of Bedfordshire was established in August 2006 by order of the Privy Council, following the merger between the University of Luton and De Montfort University’s Bedford campus. Graduates enjoy excellent employment rates, with 90% in work or further study within six months of graduating (Destination of Leavers from Higher Education Survey 2010).

More than three-quarters of students at the University of Bedfordshire benefited from a bursary or scholarship in the 2010-2011 academic year. The University provided financial help to 76.3 per cent of its students  – spending a total of £3.8 million. It makes the University the 4th most generous among all universities in the country for providing financial support to its students. (OFFA and HEFCE joint report 2012)

Our Vision

The University of Bedfordshire's vision is of a world where all are able to benefit from transformational educational experiences.

Our Mission

We create a vibrant multi-cultural learning community enabling people to transform their lives by participating in excellent, innovative education, scholarship and research.

Outstanding reputation for teaching

  • Applications to study with us have more than doubled in the last three years (UCAS)
  • We have been awarded top marks – a ‘confidence’ rating – in our most recent Quality Assurance Agency audit
  • Our Graduate Teacher Programme was rated ‘outstanding’ in our 2010 Ofsted report
  • Our staff have received a number of National Teaching Fellowship Awards for outstanding contributions to teaching and learning
  • We have won the Queen's Award for Enterprise: International Trade 2011, the most prestigious corporate award

Strong student support

  • More than three-quarters of students at the University of Bedfordshire benefited from a bursary or scholarship in the 2010-2011 academic year. The University provided financial help to 76.3 per cent of its students  – spending a total of £3.8 million. It makes the University the 4th most generous among all universities in the country for providing financial support to its students. (Office for Fair Access  and the Higher Education Funding Council for England joint report July 2012)
  • Our Volunteering Service enables students to get hands-on experience and make a difference to their local community
  • Students can get involved in running the Students' Union through elections or the course representative system
  • We offer school-based mentoring opportunities for students to advise future students about student life
  • We also have the 'Bedfordshire Edge Award' which encourages employability-related learning from students' extra-curricular activities and internships

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