The University of Essex is a public-funded research university in Essex, England. It was established in 1964. The university comprises three campuses: Colchester Campus, Southend Campus, and Loughton Campus. All three sites are equipped with modern infrastructures such as high-tech classrooms and labs, extensive libraries, research hubs, multiple sports centers, and other recreational facilities. The university is divided into 21 academic schools that provide some of the best courses to study abroad. Essex University extends 390 plus undergraduate courses and 215 plus postgraduate courses in diverse fields such as humanities, languages, sciences, etc. The university’s total enrollment is 15000 students, out of whom a whopping 44.3 percent are international students. The Research Assessment Framework recently rated Essex University the top 20 universities in the UK for research and innovation. Moreover, the university is home to multiple student societies and athletic teams. Some of the notable alumni of the University of Essex include Nobel Laureate Christopher A. Pissarides, Nobel Peace Prize winner Oscar Arias, and John Bercow.
411th by QS World University Rankings 301-350th Times Higher Education World University Rankings
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|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||£18000|
|Cost of Living/year||£ 12000|