The University of Derby is situated in the heart of the UK and the 2nd most recommended UK Modern University*

We know that you want to study in the UK, to learn new things, meet new people and enjoy the university experience. The University of Derby was ranked 2nd most recommended UK Modern University in the International Student Barometer 2016*. As a UK University the University of Derby has over 900 EU and exchange students and 600 international students from over 100 countries on campus throughout our 2016/2017 academic year.

Why study in the UK? The University of Derby can give international students the edge in the employment market and help you start a great career. There is a wide range of courses for International students and you can study undergraduate and postgraduate courses across our colleges in subject areas such as law, humanities, social science, health, engineering and technology, education business, art, science and sport.

To achieve your goals while you study in the UK, there will be hard work and challenges on the way; so you’ll need the support and tuition from the best lecturers at the University of Derby who have years of experience in industry. The University of Derby was ranked in the top quartile of UK ISB Universities for quality lectures and employability in the International Student Barometer*. Our links with national and international employers will help to find you work placements, internships in the UK for international students and gain valuable work experience. You’ll need hands-on experience alongside your international courses and world-class facilities for you to do that - that's what the University of Derby has to offer!

Employers say they want work-ready graduates and that’s why leading employers want to work with our international students. The University of Derby can help you achieve your goals. The University of Derby prides itself in securing jobs for international students in the UK

Please find our update following the EU referendum result on 24 June 2016 - a Statement from the Vice-Chancellor**.

*International Student Barometer 2016, **ISB Results 2016