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University of Surrey

Stag Hill

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Arts and Human Sciences, Business, Economics and Law, Engineering and Physical Sciences, Health and Medical Sciences

Why choose University of Surrey

The University of Surrey was established on 9 September 1966 with the grant of its Royal Charter but its roots go back to a late 19th century concern to provide greater access to further and higher education for the 'poorer inhabitants' of London.

The forerunner of the University, the Battersea Polytechnic Institute (founded 1891, first students admitted 1894) began concentrating on science and technology from about 1920 and taught day and evening students for degrees of the University of London. Its academic reputation steadily grew to the point in 1956 where it was one of the first colleges to be designated a 'college of advanced technology'. It was renamed Battersea College of Technology in 1957. The University was established with an aim to educate men and women who had a thirst for knowledge and a hunger to succeed. Whilst times have changed, belief in the power of education and innovation remains the same.


Teaching Quality

As a University, the aim is to provide the highest quality student learning experience that combines academic rigour, personal and professional development and employability through introducing students to the most up-to-date knowledge that will enhance and develop their skills for independent academic study, digital media literacy, innovation, and working in professional contexts.


Research Quality

Discovering the new and adding to an evolving body of knowledge...

the cutting edge of research is a dynamic and exciting place to be.

Surrey undertakes pioneering research with a focus on relevant and practical applications.

The ground-breaking research is bringing direct benefits to many spheres of life – helping industry to maintain its competitive edge and creating improvements in the areas of health, medicine, space science, the environment, communications, defence and social policy.



University of Surrey has a long history of welcoming international students from all around the world. There are currently nearly 145 different nationalities represented so you will be certain to get a truly international education. Beautiful safe campus is situated in Guildford which is just 40 minutes by train from London and close to Heathrow and Gatwick airports.



Location is a top priority for event organisers, and the University of Surrey is particularly well placed. Our enviable location on the edge of Guildford town centre, directly off the A3 and only 9 miles from the M25 proves highly desirable for organisers when attracting delegates and speakers.

The campus is set in landscaped grounds which feature two lakes and a sports field. the main line station is just ten minutes walk and there are frequent bus services between campus and the town centre and rail station.

Gatwick and Heathrow international airports have quick and convenient links to Guildford, the journey taking approximately 45 minutes.

Guildford is on the main London Waterloo to Portsmouth line and is only 35 minutes from London with frequent services. There are frequent bus services (every 8 minutes) from Guildford main line station to campus.

The roundabout at the University entrance has it's own exit on and off of the A3 London to Portsmouth Road. From the A3, the M25 connects Guildford to Britains motorway network.

The University is easy to reach from Heathrow and Gatwick aiports. By road take the M25, then A3 to Guildford. From Heathrow there is coach link to Woking, then a short rail journey to Guildford. There is a direct rail link from Gatwick to Guildford.

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