University of Winchester

About the institution

The University of Winchester is a small university with fewer than 7,000 students, located in a cathedral city on the edge of the South Downs. It was established in 1840 to train teachers and became a university in 2005. It has four faculties – arts; business, law and sport; education, health and social care; and humanities and social sciences – and a number of art galleries. The university has two campuses, both of which are close to the city centre and include student accommodation.

Key facts (HESA 2013/14)

All students: 
6,878
Male UG students: 
33%
Female UG students: 
67%
Full-time students: 
91%
Under 21 on entry: 
83%
International: 
6%
Undergraduate: 
82%
Student-staff ratio: 
16.0
Average UCAS tariff: 
307.0

Degree classifications class of 2014 (HESA 2013/14)

First: 16%
2.1: 59%
2.2: 21%
Pass: 4%

Employability class of 2014 (DLHE 2013/14)

92%
In work or further study 6 months after graduation
45%
In professional employment 6 months after graduation
19,000
Median salary UK domiciled in FT employment


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