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Keele University

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School ID: SU440050
Rank: 501
* The Times Higher Education World University Rankings
Applied number: 33

Top 3 in England for overall Student Satisfaction

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Keele's Research Institute for Social Sciences brings together over 170 academic staff and over 200 postgraduate students working across a range of social science disciplines. Staff and research students are grouped within five Research Centres, these providing a focus for seminars, grant activity, support to PGRs, and research support and supervision.

Why choose Keele University

New Vic Borderlines is the New Vic theatre’s nationally acclaimed programme delivered by highly skilled practitioners engaging with the community and a range of partners, creating positive solutions, challenging negative behaviours, attitudes and actions and developing new and aspirational futures.

Partners include: Community and Voluntary groups, Youth and Community Services, County Council Departments, Crown Prosecution Service, Police, Probation and Youth Offending Services and statutory and voluntary sector organisations.

They have received many national awards including 2 Global Ethics Awards, a prestigious Clarion Award and a national British Crime Concern award for reducing offending behaviour. Their work is inspired by the social agenda and the belief that communities can create dynamic and positive relationships, imaginative and generous solutions and take on roles and responsibilities.

Recent work with the Home Office and Foreign and Commonwealth Office, brought about a touring play with workshops called ‘All Our Daughters?’ about Forced Marriage. Reaching 8000+ beneficiaries it’s described by the Chief Crown Prosecutor Nazir Afzal as “Saving Lives”.

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Avg Cost of Tuition/Year £ 15,100
Cost of Living/Year £ 12,200
Application Fee £ 0
Estimated Total/Year £ 27,300

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