Falmouth Takes Gold

Falmouth awarded gold

Falmouth Takes Gold

Falmouth has been ranked gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework, the new classification of degree teaching standards.

Only 43 universities were rated gold, out of 134. And, of the 332 Higher Education providers that participated, Falmouth University came 9th overall, based on the key metrics.

Gold awards are reserved for institutions where teaching, retention and graduate outcomes are consistently outstanding and are of highest quality found in the UK.

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Falmouth Sixth in the UK for Student Satisfaction

Falmouth has been ranked sixth in the UK in the Times Higher Education (THE) Student Experience Survey.

The survey, out today, looks at the best universities for student experience, ranking them on 21 key areas based on answers from students across the UK.

Falmouth has climbed five places from last year and is now ranked number one in the South West.

For a full list of the THE Student Experience Survey results visit the webpage.

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Funding for Cornwall Applicants

We are offering bursaries of over £5,000 to undergraduate applicants who live in Cornwall - a bigger cash bursary than any other university in the south west.

If you are eligible for our Cornwall Award and Materials Award, you will be awarded up to £5,100 to help towards equipment, internships and the funding of end-of-year shows.

The Cornwall Award is available to UK students who have a Cornish address at the point of application for courses starting in September 2017. To qualify applicants need to fall under at least one of the following:

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English & Writing Team Launch First Book

The School of Writing & Journalism has just launched its first book at the South West Outdoor Festival in collaboration with the National Trust and our current Writer in Residence, Man Booker longlisted novelist Wyl Menmuir.

In Dark Places is the first in a series of pocket-size books inspired by the history and environment of National Trust places; written by Wyl, illustrated by MA Illustration student Emma Butcher, and produced by a team of English & Writing students.

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