Ranked amongst the Top 15 for Teaching Quality (Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021), Staffordshire University London is committed to developing highly employable graduates equipped to meet the technological revolution of the future. Established in 2019, The Digital Institute at the London campus offers some of the finest technological and digital courses.
Located at Here East in East London and close to some of the leading employers in the world, the university offers huge networking and employment opportunities for its students.
Undergraduate courses offered at Staffordshire University London are – Esports, Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, Data Science and Informatics, Computer Games Design, Financial Technologies, Cyber Security and Concept Art for Games and Films. It offers Postgraduate degree in cyber security.
Founded in 1914 as a polytechnic institution, Staffordshire University main campus is in Stoke-on-Trent and it received the University Status in 1992. It has earned an international repute for its vocational and academic teaching, innovative research, and student employability. The university prides in calling itself a ‘Connected University’, connected to the needs of its students, to business and to society.
The university is committed to achieving its core values of being ambitious and inspirational, brilliant, and friendly, curious, and daring and proud to be Staffs through its core strategies: connected communities, innovative and applied learning, and talented people.
Rich in cultural and industrial heritage, it has significantly contributed to the local and regional economy for 100 years through creation of employment opportunities, knowledge exchange partnerships and community engagements.
Research is at the core of the university’s academic framework with hundreds of internationally recognized research papers published every year by the university’s interdisciplinary network of research centers. 100% of research conducted in Psychology being classified as ‘internationally significant’ by the latest Research Excellence Framework (REF) in 2014.