History of Lancaster University
Lancaster University was founded in 1964 and is a well-known name in the UK's higher education sector. Lancaster University is a public research university in Lancaster, Lancashire, England. Lancaster's reputation as one of the greatest institutions for higher education in the UK is further cemented by the fact that it has been named among the top universities in the UK by reputable publications such as The Guardian and the Times. Lancaster University has been selected as the International University of the Year for the 2020 academic year. Since 2017, QS World University Rankings has ranked it under the top 150 universities in the world, based on academic reputation.
Lancaster University offers a diverse range of undergraduate, postgraduate, doctoral, and professional programs. On-campus, there is a high degree of research activity, which allows students to apply their education and skills to real-world problems and learn more. The campus is pretty lovely and peaceful, and it is conveniently placed about 3 miles from Lancaster City Center. The institution supports its students' endeavours by providing them with not only advice from some of the brightest brains, but also the newest infrastructure.