University of Huddersfield to open new London campus

University of Huddersfield to open new London campus

University of Huddersfield has announced that it has joined hands with Study Group to open a new campus in London. 

From September 2020, Study Group will deliver University of Huddersfield’s postgraduate degree curriculum to international students in the new campus based in Greenwich in London.

The postgraduate business degrees provided in the London campus will be same as those offered in the University’s home campus. 

University of Huddersfield in London marks latest development in decade-long collaboration with Study Group

Since 2008, Study Group has been working with the University of Huddersfield to provide pathways to both undergraduate and postgraduate study.

University of Huddersfield is currently ranked in the top 50 in the UK by The Guardian’s university league tables 2020, and has a reputation for teaching excellence, and a focus on employability and work placements.

Study Group partnered with over 40 universities globally

The new campus marks the latest development in Study Group’s expanding portfolio of colleges.

The private education company is also partnered with over 40 universities worldwide, with tie-ups in Europe, Australia and North America.

Recently, Study Group completed the acquisition of edtech company Insendi.

A statement from Study Group following the acquisition noted that it believes the acquisition of Insendi will provide the organisation an opportunity to grow its market share in blended, online and international education.

By providing career-focused learning adjacent to the Canary Wharf business hub, Study Group and Huddersfield believe that students attending the new campus ‘will gain specialist, real-world knowledge and grow their professional networks with an institution recognised for its graduate outcomes’.

Pic: University of Huddersfield youtube – main campus

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