About Aston University
Aston University has been long established since it was founded in 1895 and became a University in 1966. Aston is research-led and known for its world-class teaching, high quality, and strong connections with industry, government, and commerce. They have been one of the leading universities for graduate employment success for over the last 25 years.
Aston University is currently ranked by the “Sunday Times University Guide” 8th place for graduate employment success and has been consistently in the top 40, putting even Oxford University to shame in comparison.
Aston has four genres of study to offer with a range of under and post graduate degree programs. They work with public and private sectors to develop tailored foundation degree programs. Aston University’s headquarters is in the center of Birmingham and home to over 65,000 students a year, which is one of the liveliest and friendliest cities in Europe. Their friendly and well secured 40 acre campus houses all the University’s academic, social, and accommodation facilities for their 9,500 students from around the world.