University campuses around the world are made up of groups of diverse people living and learning together and where students from all sorts of backgrounds and global communities are enthusiastically welcomed. Understandably, when students choose a university to call their own, they want to know that they are choosing a safe place as their new home.
Moving away from home comes with a long to-do list for getting settled, and feeling safe and secure at your new university home leaves space to focus on other important things, like classes and making friends. When you’re studying at Keele University International Study Centre, you’ll find that you and all the other Keele students have chosen a safe and tranquil space to call home.
Top three safest universities in the West Midlands
Campus safety is paramount at Keele. According to new data released by the Complete University Guide , Keele campus was named as one of the top three safest universities in the West Midlands region of the UK.
A large, beautiful campus
Keele is the largest campus-based university in the UK, with a friendly student community that makes students feel right at home from their very first day. In fact, students love living and studying on Keele campus so much that the university was ranked 1st in the UK for student satisfaction for three years in a row (National Student Survey). Located within 600 acres of parkland, the university is also known for its leafy campus dotted with various woodlands, lakes and streams.
Campus Security and the SafeZone app
When it comes to campus safety, the university has gone a step further to ensure that Keele students feel safe on the Keele University campus, introducing a free app service to help provide 24 hour, seven days a week safety reassurance to staff and students. The app is called SafeZone and it’s free to download. It allows students to reach security personnel any time of the day and night.
All in one
Finally, you’ll find that Keele boasts a secure, self-contained campus that provides convenience as well as fostering the widespread sense of community. Everything you need can be found nearby, with a variety of facilities on site, including the library, a number of shops, and a range of places to eat and drink. Get your fill of fresh produce from the weekly farmers’ market, or head to the Students’ Union shop to meet up with friends.
Keele has a diverse, multi-faith community. On campus you’ll find an Islamic Centre, Kosher kitchens, an interdenominational Chapel, and space for personal worship or quiet contemplation. If there’s something you need, chances are you won’t even need to leave the safety of the university campus to find it.
Contact us to find out more about studying at Keele University International Study Centre.