Around since 1827, The University of Wolverhampton has always sought to maximize opportunities for learning through generating knowledge and innovation. For nearly 200 years, the university has not failed to do so, and has further added to its enterprise. The university prides itself with creating a platform for equal opportunities for all, thus highlighting individual potential. The University also acts as a charity by striving for social inclusion and social change, development of ideas and critical thinking, and is transparent regarding all inquiries. It offers more than 200 courses like Biomedical Sciences and Engineering, and boasts many on-campus facilities.

Named after the 17th century businessman and philanthropist, Robert Gordon University (RGU) aims to provide accessible education and enhanced opportunities to everyone across society. Today, this Scottish institution offers a wide range of courses across its 11 schools including online degrees as well as traditional taught courses in diverse subjects as Design, Management, Biomedical sciences, Architecture, and Engineering. In fact, it ranks 1st in the UK for food sciences and graduate prospects in pharmacy and pharmacology (The Times Good University Guide, 2018) and 1st for teaching quality in Architecture (The Times Good University Guide, 2018). Additionally, most of RGU’s undergraduate and graduate courses, such as the RIBA and ARB accredited Master of Architecture, carry professional accreditation from various bodies and combine theory with practical applications offering students a competitive edge in the job market.