96

CUG UK ranking (out of 144)

78%

NSS Student Satisfaction score

97%

Graduate prospects (DLHE)

Located in the heart of England, The University of Derby is the only uni in Derbyshire. It offers industry-relevant, expert teaching, from foundation and undergraduate degrees to postgraduate study and research in a compact but versatile city. An ambitious and modern institution, The University of Derby is proud to welcome more than 1700 international students from over 100 countries, and has been voted number one UK Modern University for multi-cultural learning. Deby has access to excellent facilities, particularly sporting, arts, humanities and education provision.

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The university

Located in the heart of England, The University of Derby is the only uni in Derbyshire. It offers industry-relevant, expert teaching, from foundation and undergraduate degrees to postgraduate study and research in a compact but versatile city. An ambitious and modern institution, The University of Derby is proud to welcome more than 1700 international students from over 100 countries, and has been voted number one UK Modern University for multi-cultural learning. Deby has access to excellent facilities, particularly sporting, arts, humanities and education provision.

What students think

The University of Derby has the advantage of being in the centre of the UK, meaning students find it really convenient to travel to other major cities. Students have also expressed that Derby is also one of the most affordable cities in the UK, with the average cost to rent a house in Derby is approximately £700 a month – which includes rent, gas, electricity and water bills. Business Management student, Ioannis Thomas-Dimakopoulos, said: "Derby is a diverse and neighbourly city, with green open spaces, and a mix of high street and bustling independent places to shop, eat and drink."

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The university

Located in the heart of England, The University of Derby is the only uni in Derbyshire. It offers industry-relevant, expert teaching, from foundation and undergraduate degrees to postgraduate study and research in a compact but versatile city. An ambitious and modern institution, The University of Derby is proud to welcome more than 1700 international students from over 100 countries, and has been voted number one UK Modern University for multi-cultural learning. Deby has access to excellent facilities, particularly sporting, arts, humanities and education provision.

What students think

The University of Derby has the advantage of being in the centre of the UK, meaning students find it really convenient to travel to other major cities. Students have also expressed that Derby is also one of the most affordable cities in the UK, with the average cost to rent a house in Derby is approximately £700 a month – which includes rent, gas, electricity and water bills. Business Management student, Ioannis Thomas-Dimakopoulos, said: "Derby is a diverse and neighbourly city, with green open spaces, and a mix of high street and bustling independent places to shop, eat and drink."

The University of Derby has the advantage of being in the centre of the UK, meaning students find it really convenient to travel to other major cities. Students have also expressed that Derby is also one of the most affordable cities in the UK, with the average cost to rent a house in Derby is approximately £700 a month – which includes rent, gas, electricity and water bills. Business Management student, Ioannis Thomas-Dimakopoulos, said: "Derby is a diverse and neighbourly city, with green open spaces, and a mix of high street and bustling independent places to shop, eat and drink."

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