Transforming our campus

Keele University is one of the largest campus universities in the UK, with more than 10,000 students studying on our beautiful 600-acre estate. Our campus has the perfect blend of historic and modern facilities, from Grade II listed buildings to ultra-modern spaces for students to learn, develop and grow, as well as a sector-leading Science and Innovation Park.

We are committed to continually investing in our campus to further enhance the experiences of our students, and maintain our position as a leading university.

Keele Business School and Smart Innovation Hub

Keele Business School & Smart Innovation Hub

Located at the entrance to the University, the multi-million-pound facility’s open layout and unique co-location of teaching and business space has created the perfect environment for our talented students, staff and local enterprises to build networks and teamwork.

Keele - Central Science Labs

Our biggest-ever investment in science

The University’s £45 million investment into science, teaching and research facilities was the single biggest investment in learning and teaching in our history, transforming how we deliver our undergraduate and postgraduate curriculum.

IC7

IC7

The seventh Innovation Centre on the University's Science and Innovation Park is currently under construction. When complete, the brand-new £10 million building will be the home of our new Digital Society Institute.

Keele Vet School

Vet School

We're proud to have one of the newest veterinary schools anywhere in the UK right here on our campus, playing a major role in developing the industry's practitioners of the future.

Our on-campus hotel

Hotel

The first-ever Marriott-branded hotel in Staffordshire opened at Keele in 2021, providing high-quality accommodation for visitors to our university, and supporting the wider North Staffordshire economy.

Horwood Energy Centre

Horwood Energy Centre

Used by Central and Local Government and the energy industry to test and evaluate new and evolving energy technologies, the centre played a key role when Keele's campus was transformed into Europe’s first smart energy test site.