- University of Surrey
University of Surrey
The University of Surrey e ho nang le univesithi etsa lipatlisiso tsa phatlalatsa teng ka hare ho motse seterekeng ea Guildford, Surrey, in the South East of England, united kingdom. Yunivesithi e khetheha litabeng tsa saense, le boenjiniere, meriana le tsa kgwebo. E ile a fumana tokomaneng eona 9 September 1966, le neng ile lutse haufi Battersea Park ka boroa-bophirimela ea London. setheo se se ile sa tsejoa e le Battersea College of Technology pele re fumane boemo univesithi. metso ea sona e, however, khutleleng Battersea Polytechnic Institute, thehiloe ka 1891 ho fana ka eketsehileng 'me thuto e phahameng bakeng sa baahi London futsanehileng.
The university conducts research on small satellites and has a high number of staff who are members of learned societies. Yunivesithi e sa tsoa atolosoa ho kena China ke ho tsoibiloang ea Surrey Institute International le Dongbei University la Lichelete le moruo.
Yunivesithi e ka sehloohong e khamphaseng e teng mabapi le khama e tona Hill haufi le e le setsi sa Guildford le haufi le Guildford Cathedral. A khamphaseng ea bobeli, nakong Manor Park, e teng ka karabo e kgutshwanyane hōle le 'nile ntshetswa pele ho atolosa holim' a bodulo teng, mehaho akatemi le mehaho lipapali.
Yunivesithi e nang le 10 Fellows tsa Royal Society, 21 Fellows tsa Royal Academy ea Boenjiniere, e 'ngoe-'moho ba British Academy le 6 Fellows tsa Academy of Sciences Social.
Univesithi ea Surrey e 'ngoe ea setsebi sa papali ea tlhōrōng ea UK, liunivesithi tsa saense le theknoloji. bitsoang joalokaha The Times and Sunday Times University of Selemo 2016, Surrey e na le maemo a lefatshe profil 'me le botumo bo etellang pele ka ho ruta le ho etsa lipatlisiso.
Le liithuti tse tsoang holim ' 120 linaheng tse sa tšoaneng, re u le motlotlo ho ba e mong oa liunivesithi fetisisa setsong-sa tšoaneng UK. Specialist staff in our International Office are here to help your throughout the application process – from advising on choosing the right course to applying for a visa and preparing for your first few weeks at Surrey.
Through our renowned Professional Training placements, students enjoy the opportunity to experience the working world as part of their undergraduate programme – giving them a head-start upon graduation and contributing to our outstanding record of graduate employability.
Our campus is teeming with activity and investment, le mofuta o mocha oa 5G popontshwa ya thekeniki ya Centre le Sekolo sa mafu a diphoofolo Medicine tsoela pele e mokhoa oa selotlolo limilione tse boima ba tsoelo-pele e entse le phello e ntle Univesithi metseng le sechabeng habo rōna.
Likolo / Colleges / mafapha / Courses / ba magoro
- Boikarabello le Finance
- Biosciences and Medicine
- Likhoebong le mesebetsing ea Management
- Chemical and Process Engineering
- Engineering lehae le Tikoloho
- Mahlale a likomporo
- Motlakase le Electronic Engineering
- English Literature and Creative Writing
- Tikoloho le moruo
- Food, Nutrition and Dietetics
- Sciences Health, Booki le bobelehisi
- ho amohela baeti, Events, Tourism and Transport
- puo, Communication and Translation Studies
- Liberal Bonono le Sciences
- thuto ea lipalo
- Mechanical Engineering Sciences
- Media, Digital Arts and Film
- Music and Sound
- Performing Arts
- Sport and Exercise Sciences
- Veterinary Medicine and Science
The University of Surrey was established on 9 September 1966 with the grant of its Royal Charter, but its roots go back to a late nineteenth-century concern to provide greater access to further and higher education for the poorer inhabitants of London.
Battersea Polytechnic Institute
The forerunner of the University, the Battersea Polytechnic Institute was founded in 1891 and began concentrating on science and technology from around 1920, teaching day and evening students for degrees of the University of London.
Its academic reputation steadily grew to the point where, in 1956, it was one of the first institutions to be designated a ‘college of advanced technology’. It was renamed Battersea College of Technology in 1957.
The move to Guildford
By the beginning of the 1960s, the College had outgrown its main building in Battersea Park Road and in 1962 it was decided to move the institution to Guildford.
Shortly afterwards, in 1963, the Robbins Report proposed that Battersea College should expand and become a university awarding its own degrees.
Surrey Research Park
One of the most significant site developments by the University has been the Surrey Research Park, which was opened by HRH The Duke of Kent in 1985.
The Park currently accommodates over 100 lik'hamphani tse, which employ 2,500 staff engaged in research and development activities – many of which relate closely to the work of the University’s own faculties.
Developing Manor Park
Given the space constraints on Surrey’s main Stag Hill campus, in the 2000s the University expanded to a new campus at Manor Park.
A little over a mile from Stag Hill and connected to it by a network of footpaths and cycle paths, Manor Park is now home to a large area of student accommodation, as well as Surrey Sports Park and the new School of Veterinary Medicine.
Strengthening connections at home and abroad
ka 2006, Surrey International Institute-DUFE (SII-DUFE) was established as a joint academic partnership institution between the University of Surrey and Dongbei University of Finance and Economics in Dalian, China.
SII-DUFE offers top-quality programmes in subjects aligned with Business Management and Tourism Management, combining high academic standards and employment success in a pleasant coastal city in the north-east of the country.
Our long-standing relationship with the Guildford School of Acting (GSA) became even closer in 2009, as the conservatoire – which specialises in acting and musical theatre – signed a merger agreement with the University.
£400m in campus investment
Ho tloha 2000, our estate has been transformed through a £400 million building development and improvement programme – including £130 million on student accommodation, £36 million on Surrey Sports Park, £16 million on the new Library and Learning Centre and £4.5 million on the Ivy Arts Centre.
On top of this has come further investment in the form of a new £45 million School of Veterinary Medicine and £70 million support for the 5G Innovation Centre, one of the world’s first research centres dedicated to mobile communications and future internet technologies.
125 years of shaping the future
ka 2016, Surrey will celebrate the 125th, anniversary of its foundation. While the institution has evolved significantly in that time, our commitment to first-rate academic activity and real-world solutions has remained constant.
With our growing expertise in fields such as sustainable energy, puisano, sepakapakeng moo, disease control and health, we are passionate about turning the new knowledge we generate into practical innovations that improve people’s lives.
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