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Buckingham is the only university independent of direct government support in the United Kingdom and has used its independence to pioneer a distinctive approach to higher education.

The University owns two main sites in Buckingham: Hunter Street (with the adjacent Chandos Road Complex) and Verney Park, a short drive away. When the University took over the Hunter Street site, most of the buildings were in a dilapidated condition, although some were of considerable architectural merit. The buildings were tastefully converted into teaching rooms, offices, libraries, science laboratories, residences, dining rooms and coffee bars. 

As the University receives no grants directly from the Government, the cost of buildings and other assets has to come from donations and borrowings. Many charitable trusts and foundations, individuals and companies have demonstrated their faith in financial terms and building and conversion continues. Most recently, the Library was extended on the Hunter Street site and a new Postgraduate IT centre was developed, which opened in 2001.

Buckingham has pioneered the two-year honours degree. Studying for two years at Buckingham allows you to gain an equivalent degree to one achieved in three years elsewhere. This is made possible by our restructuring of the academic year to provide an additional term each summer. So you fit in the same number of teaching weeks as on a conventional three-year programme, but your workload in any term is no greater. 

The University of Buckingham has a number of collaborative partnerships and links with other educational institutions around the world.

The Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) ranked Buckingham top for job prospects with 97.3% (July 2014).

The Complete University Guide reported that the University ranked in the top five for Graduate Prospects (May 2014)

 

 

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Course UCAS Points Fees for an English student
Accounting and Financial Management [NN43] 112 11960
Accounting with Communication Studies(EFL) [N4P9] 104 11960
Accounting with Spanish [N4R4] 104 11960
Art History with French [V3R1] 120 11960
Art History with Spanish [V3R4] 120 11960
Business Economics [L112] 128 11960
Business Enterprise [N190] 120 11960
Business and Management [NN12] 112 11960
Business and Management with Applied Computing [N1G5] 112 11960
Business and Management with Communication Studies [N1P9] 112 11960
Business and Management with French [N1R1] 112 11960
Business and Management with Spanish [N1R4] 112 11960
Communication(EFL)and Media Studies [Q3P0] 96 11960
Communication, Media and Journalism [QP35] 120 11960
Computing with Accounting and Finance [G4N4] 112 11960
Computing with Business and Management [G4N1] 112 11960
Computing with Communication Studies [G4Q3] 120 11960
Computing with Economics [G4L1] 120 11960
Economics [L100] 128 11960
Economics Business and Law [LM11] 128 11960
Economics with Applied Computing [L1G5] 128 11960
Economics with EFL [L1Q3] 128 11960
Economics with ESL [L1QH] 128 11960
Economics with French [L1R1] 128 11960
Economics with History [L1V1] 128 11960
Economics with Journalism [L1P5] 128 11960
Economics with Politics [L1L2] 128 11960
Economics with Spanish [L1R4] 128 11960
English Literature [Q300] 120 11960
English Literature with English Language Studies(EFL) [Q390] 120 11960
English Literature with English Language Studies(EFL) [Q3Q1] 120 11960
English Literature with French [Q3R1] 120 11960
English Literature with History [Q3V1] 120 11960
English Literature with Journalism [Q3P5] 120 11960
English Literature with Psychology [Q3C8] 120 11960
English Literature with Spanish [Q3R4] 120 11960
English Studies [Q301] 112 11960
English Studies for Teaching [XQ13] 104 11960
English Studies for teaching(EFL) [QX31] 104 11960
English Studies with Journalism [Q3PM] 104 11960
English studies with Media Communications [Q3P3] 104 11960
History and Economics [VL21] 104 11960
History and Politics [LV22] 104 11960
History with Economics [V2L1] 104 11960
History with English Literature [V2Q3] 104 11960
History with Journalism [V2P5] 104 11960
History with Politics [V2L2] 104 11960
International Studies [L900] 104 11960
International Studies with EFL [L9Q3] 112 11960
International Studies with ESL [L9QH] 112 11960
International Studies with French [L9R1] 112 11960
International Studies with Journalism [L9P5] 112 11960
International Studies with Spanish [L9R4] 104 11960
Journalism with Communication Studies [P5P9] 104 11960
Journalism with English Literature [P5Q3] 104 11960
Journalism with French [P5R1] 104 11960
Journalism with International Studies [P5L2] 104 11960
Journalism with Spanish [P5R4] 104 11960
Law [M100] 120 11960
Law with Business Finance [M1N3] 120 11960
Law with Economics [M1L1] 120 11960
Law with English Language Studies(EFL) [M1Q1] 120 11960
Law with English Language Studies(ESL) [M1Q3] 120 11960
Law with French [M1R1] 120 11960
Law with Management Studies [M1N2] 120 11960
Law with Politics [M1L2] 120 11960
Law with Spanish [M1R4] 120 11960
Marketing with French [N5R1] 112 11960
Marketing with Media Communications [N5P3] 112 11960
Marketing with Psychology [N5C8] 112 11960
Marketing with Spanish [N5R4] 112 11960
Politics Economics and Law [L000] 104 11960
Politics and Economics [LL21] 112 11960
Politics and History [LV22] 104 11960
Psychology with Business Management [C8N1] 120 11960
Psychology with English Literature [C8Q2] 120 11960
Psychology with French [C8R1] 120 11960
Psychology with Marketing [C8N5] 120 11960
Psychology with Media Communications [C8P3] 120 11960
Psychology with Spanish [C8R4] 120 11960