Keele is the largest campus based university in the UK with 617 acres of landscaped parkland, fields, woodlands and lakes.
Keele’s mission is to provide a high quality educational experience for students shaped by outstanding research, contributing positively to social, environmental and economic agendas locally, nationally and internationally. 85% of its research is rated as world-leading and of international importance and the university is in contact with more than 43,000 alumni living in 139 countries.
The Telegraph (October 2012) rated Keele in the top 10 of Britain’s most intellectually stimulating universities and the university have received recognition for their achievements in sustainability across a range of initiatives. The university focuses on delivering a university education that produces distinctive graduates who are able to balance essential, specialist and expert knowledge with a broad outlook and independent approach. Keele University have been ranked number one in the country for overall student satisfaction in the 2014 National Student Survey with scores high above the national average.