Keele has a fantastic dual honours programme and a track record in producing highly employable graduates. The University is known for its exciting and unique approach to higher education, a beautiful campus, strong community spirit and rewarding student life.
Situated in 600 acres of parkland, Keele’s peaceful and beautiful campus has lakes, a stream and woodland walks for you to explore. On campus you will also find one of the largest collections of flowering cherry trees in the UK.
Students love living and studying at Keele, which is why the University was named University of the Year for Student Experience in The Times and The Sunday Times annual University of the Year awards, 2017. The University was also awarded Gold - the highest possible award - by the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).
At Keele you will have the opportunity to study two degree subjects in equal amounts, giving you the flexibility to design your studies around your career ambitions and the subjects that interest you most. Employers often look for graduates who understand different disciplines.
The Careers and Employability team will help you explore your career options. There are one-to-one guidance drop-ins, career-related events including workshops and employer visits. Careers advisers will help you identify suitable work experience opportunities. You will also be able to meet graduate employers at the careers fair.
Everything you need on campus
Keele is the largest campus-based university in the UK with everything you need located on-site, from teaching buildings, the library and student accommodation, to a variety of shops, cafés and restaurants.