Lancaster University is one of the premier academies in the world, reputed for its course structure, infrastructure, research facilities, and placement assistance. In 2011, the QS World University Rankings has placed this university in the 153rd position. In the same year, it achieved 131st rank as per a survey conducted by the Times Higher Education International Table.
|Name of the Institution||Lancaster University|
|Type of Institution||Public University|
|Location/Contact Details||Lancaster University,
LA1 4YW, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0)1524 65201
Phone: +44 (0)1524 592028
Science, Engineering and Technology programmes
Faculty of Science and Technology
Telephone: +44 (0)1524 593795
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Telephone: +44 (0)1524 510880
Health and Medicine programmes
Faculty of Health and Medicine
Telephone: +44 (0)1524 593936
Business and Management (LUMS) programmes
Telephone: +44 (0)1524 510733
|Admission Procedure/Eligibility Criteria||For admission to undergraduate courses, Indian students need to complete XII from a recognized institute with a minimum of 80% to 85% from the best 4 subjects.
For admission to a master study, Indian students need to have a bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 60% in aggregate.
For admission to a PhD program, applicants need to have a master degree in that subject.
If the candidate’s mother tongue is not English, then he /she needs to qualify in a English language proficiency test, with minimum score as follows:
|Tuition and Living Expenses||Fees for 2011-2012 session: (for international students)
Full time students studying in university – £11,425 to £14,580 per year, depending upon the subject of specialization.
Full time students studying away from university – £5,713 to £7,290 per year, depending upon the subject of specialization.
Part time students – £5,713 to £7,290 per year, depending upon the subject of specialization.
Visiting students – £9,870 per year, pro-rata for a period that is less than 1 year.
Writing-up – £200 (year 1)
- £400 (year 2)
- £800 (year 3)
Taught Courses: (for international students)
Accounting and Finance – £13,320 to £18,320
Management School – £13,000 to £25,000
Marketing – £14,000
Mathematics and Statistics – £3,174 to £12,500
[Fees may increase for 2012-2013 session]
Living expenses for international students – £8,800 per year. However, this depends upon the type and location of accommodation.
|Scholarships||The university offers scholarships to meritorious and needy students.|
|Placements||The university has an active placement cell that arranges for part time and full time employment opportunities for international students.|
|Established in the Year||1964|