Buckinghamshire New University

Originally established as a School of Science and Art in 1891, our University has been transforming lives for 130 years. We’re proud to make a difference because of the education we provide, our research, and the positive impact we make to the environment and in our communities. Our campuses are safe and welcoming places, where everyone can be themselves and know that they belong. We embrace and celebrate diversity in our University community where we all respect and support each other.  We deliver an education that works for all, regardless of background or circumstance, and provides skills for life, to meet the global challenges of the 21st century. Student satisfaction is at the heart of everything we do. We pride ourselves on ensuring our students reach their full potential through our employment-focused and skills-based education.  We work hard to provide students with highly interactive, quality teaching, in our caring, inclusive and supportive learning community. We’re ambitious for all our students and their future employability is very important to us. That’s why we work tirelessly so that every student is well-prepared and confident to succeed in their chosen careers. We blend academic and hands-on practical learning with work placements to inspire, challenge, and motivate our students to aim high and achieve their career goals. Our lecturers are industry and sector professionals to ensure our graduates are armed with the know-how to hit the ground running in their future careers.  Our partnership with Bucks Students’ Union provides our students with many different opportunities to try new things, develop additional skills and make friendships for life. We make a significant financial investment in the Students’ Union to ensure that almost all their activities are free of charge. It’s part of our ethos that there should be no barriers to embracing all that life at our University offers.  We continue to be open to new ideas and innovative ways of doing things. From inspiring teaching to our tireless efforts to do the right thing by our students, staff, to the environment and as a good community neighbour.  What we stand forBeing a responsible organisation is important to us, and we focus on three key areas:  delivering against our mission as a civic University, by engaging with communities in Buckinghamshire and elsewhere.   engaging effectively with business, actively contributing to the local and national industrial strategies and to economic growth within the region.   minimising the environmental impact of our estate by setting new targets to meet the highest standards around energy, waste and travel.  The most direct beneficiaries of our positive impact are our highly diverse community of undergraduate and postgraduate students. They choose our University for a sector-leading and life-changing education which is designed to deliver excellent employment outcomes. We support tens of thousands of regional jobs with significant beneficial impact to the region, reflecting the economic activity of our students, staff, and alumni. Our students also work in and support many key local industries, including the vitally important health and social care sector.  We’re committed to fairness in our policies, practises and procedures. We act responsibly in our approach to the environment, social responsibilities and on sustainable development. We take seriously our duties as a centre of learning, community neighbour, partner and employer. The University operates over four campuses: High Wycombe Campus (previously belonging to the High Wycombe College of Art and Technology), since 2009 a site in Uxbridge in the London Borough of Hillingdon, a thriving base for nursing students and applied healthcare research, a campus in Aylesbury and a site known as Missenden Abbey which is also a conference centre. In 2008, the University disposed of two existing campuses; the Chalfont Campus (near Little Chalfont) and the Wellesbourne Campus (near Hazlemere). The University undertook a major development of the High Wycombe Campus with a large structure, known as the Gateway Building, being built onto the front of the existing building. It won a RIBA award in 2010. A state-of-the-art complex, the Gateway offers a rich mix of commercial-standard facilities, including a sports/events hall, fitness centre and performance lab, dance and drama studios, sound design labs, music recording studios and video production suites, a modern integrated learning resources centre, a cafe and meeting and conference rooms. It also has green screen facilities and a motion capture system.The university runs several specialist courses. The Air Transport with Commercial Pilot Training is a course offering students the opportunity to study for a professional pilot's licence whilst undertaking university studies in areas such as globalisation of the air transport industry and health safety and security for airlines and airports. Many former students (including Virgin Atlantic deputy chief pilot David Brooks) have gone on to attain jobs as pilots in flying schools, charter companies and airlines around the world including Susi Air, Cathay Pacific, Qatar, BMI and Ryanair.Although the Air Transport with Commercial Pilot Training course aims to provide guidance and support to students with the aim of becoming commercial pilots, many students are inspired by various modules of the course and pursue careers in other areas within the air transport industry. In 2009 graduate Antony Coe set up his own business DexFix computer repairs.[citation needed] Following this and in conjunction with his studies in Health safety and security for airlines and airports Coe now provides contract services to the counter terrorism task forces worldwide. The university offers several other innovative courses such as Music Management and Film and Television Production. The university also offers a course in Animation and Visual Effects, launched in September 2013. Bucks New University, in partnership with the UK's largest non-metropolitan Police service Thames Valley Police, offers a Degree Apprenticeship for new Police entrants.

Originally established as a School of Science and Art in 1891, our University has been transforming lives for 130 years. We’re proud to make a difference because of the education we provide, our research, and the positive impact we make to the environment and in our communities. Our campuses are safe and welcoming places, where everyone can be themselves and know that they belong. We embrace and celebrate diversity in our University community where we all respect and support each other.  We deliver an education that works for all, regardless of background or circumstance, and provides skills for life, to meet the global challenges of the 21st century. Student satisfaction is at the heart of everything we do. We pride ourselves on ensuring our students reach their full potential through our employment-focused and skills-based education.  We work hard to provide students with highly interactive, quality teaching, in our caring, inclusive and supportive learning community. 

We’re ambitious for all our students and their future employability is very important to us. That’s why we work tirelessly so that every student is well-prepared and confident to succeed in their chosen careers. We blend academic and hands-on practical learning with work placements to inspire, challenge, and motivate our students to aim high and achieve their career goals. Our lecturers are industry and sector professionals to ensure our graduates are armed with the know-how to hit the ground running in their future careers.  

Our partnership with Bucks Students’ Union provides our students with many different opportunities to try new things, develop additional skills and make friendships for life. We make a significant financial investment in the Students’ Union to ensure that almost all their activities are free of charge. It’s part of our ethos that there should be no barriers to embracing all that life at our University offers.  We continue to be open to new ideas and innovative ways of doing things. From inspiring teaching to our tireless efforts to do the right thing by our students, staff, to the environment and as a good community neighbour.  

What we stand for

Being a responsible organisation is important to us, and we focus on three key areas:  

  • delivering against our mission as a civic University, by engaging with communities in Buckinghamshire and elsewhere.   
  • engaging effectively with business, actively contributing to the local and national industrial strategies and to economic growth within the region.   
  • minimising the environmental impact of our estate by setting new targets to meet the highest standards around energy, waste and travel.  

The most direct beneficiaries of our positive impact are our highly diverse community of undergraduate and postgraduate students. They choose our University for a sector-leading and life-changing education which is designed to deliver excellent employment outcomes. 

We support tens of thousands of regional jobs with significant beneficial impact to the region, reflecting the economic activity of our students, staff, and alumni. Our students also work in and support many key local industries, including the vitally important health and social care sector.  We’re committed to fairness in our policies, practises and procedures. We act responsibly in our approach to the environment, social responsibilities and on sustainable development. We take seriously our duties as a centre of learning, community neighbour, partner and employer. 

The University operates over four campuses: High Wycombe Campus (previously belonging to the High Wycombe College of Art and Technology), since 2009 a site in Uxbridge in the London Borough of Hillingdon, a thriving base for nursing students and applied healthcare research, a campus in Aylesbury and a site known as Missenden Abbey which is also a conference centre. In 2008, the University disposed of two existing campuses; the Chalfont Campus (near Little Chalfont) and the Wellesbourne Campus (near Hazlemere). The University undertook a major development of the High Wycombe Campus with a large structure, known as the Gateway Building, being built onto the front of the existing building. It won a RIBA award in 2010. A state-of-the-art complex, the Gateway offers a rich mix of commercial-standard facilities, including a sports/events hall, fitness centre and performance lab, dance and drama studios, sound design labs, music recording studios and video production suites, a modern integrated learning resources centre, a cafe and meeting and conference rooms. It also has green screen facilities and a motion capture system.

The university runs several specialist courses. The Air Transport with Commercial Pilot Training is a course offering students the opportunity to study for a professional pilot's licence whilst undertaking university studies in areas such as globalisation of the air transport industry and health safety and security for airlines and airports. Many former students (including Virgin Atlantic deputy chief pilot David Brooks) have gone on to attain jobs as pilots in flying schools, charter companies and airlines around the world including Susi Air, Cathay Pacific, Qatar, BMI and Ryanair.

Although the Air Transport with Commercial Pilot Training course aims to provide guidance and support to students with the aim of becoming commercial pilots, many students are inspired by various modules of the course and pursue careers in other areas within the air transport industry. In 2009 graduate Antony Coe set up his own business DexFix computer repairs.[citation needed] Following this and in conjunction with his studies in Health safety and security for airlines and airports Coe now provides contract services to the counter terrorism task forces worldwide. The university offers several other innovative courses such as Music Management and Film and Television Production. The university also offers a course in Animation and Visual Effects, launched in September 2013. Bucks New University, in partnership with the UK's largest non-metropolitan Police service Thames Valley Police, offers a Degree Apprenticeship for new Police entrants.

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