Founded in 1884, Bangor University is one of the top 15 universities in the UK. Its teaching has been rated gold by the national Teaching Excellence Framework in 2017. It has also been rated among the top 5 UK universities for “Student Support” for students with disabilities or special needs. The campus itself is located in a coastal town in Wales, but is near the Snowdonia Mountains and major cities like London, Manchester and Liverpool. They also have very active clubs and societies and offer student scholarships. Majors include Law, Ocean Sciences, and Criminal Justice.

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.

Durham University is England’s third oldest university offering a distinctive education with both ancient traditions and modern values. It is one of the UK’s leading universities ranking 5th in the UK and Top 100 in the world. In addition to its overall academic standing, it ranks in the world top 50 for employer reputation, guaranteeing a high employment rate for its graduates. It is further renowned for its excellent research-centered programs, modern research facilities, and a wide range of student activities including sports, theatre, and volunteering opportunities.  Durham University has a long history of welcoming students from all over the globe, ensuring an intercultural learning experience.