University of Essex
The University of Essex has its largest campus near the town of Colchester, England. This British campus university was founded in the year 1963 and got its Royal Charter in the year 1965. This university has 18 main teaching departments and 36 centres and institutes in subjects such as computer science, biological sciences, acting, business, economics, history, health/human sciences, language and linguistics, philosophy, art history, literature, law, film studies, psychology, sociology, psychoanalytic studies and government.
The main campus of this university is present within Wivenhoe Park in the English county of Essex. Aside from this campus, there are campuses in Loughton and Southend. This university enjoys mutual associations with numerous institutions across the eastern region like Writtle College, Kaplan Open Learning, South Essex College and University Campus Suffolk and Colchester Institute. Education in UK is highly regarded and so is this university since it offers great education.
This university is amongst the smallest multi-facility universities in Britain and is also a member of the 1994 Group. This university has developed a worldwide reputation for research and teaching regardless of being small in size. The annual Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis and Collection attracts faculty and students from all over the world.