With over 600 acres of landscaped parkland, fields, woodland and lakes, our campus is known for its beauty and unique surroundings. Our picturesque home provides a safe and tranquil environment for study and leisure and as one of the largest, campus universities in the UK, we’re extremely proud to have been ranked 6th place in The Telegraph’s, ‘Britain’s most beautiful universities’ guide.
KeeleSU here to support represent, entertain, develop and inspire our student members. Keele students automatically become a member of KeeleSU when they enrol at Keele University so they are entitled to use all of our services for free, whether that’s the safety bus, our advice centre (ASK) or getting involved in a society.
We’re proud of our thriving stimulating research environment which nurtures talent and actively encourages high quality research, much of which is interdisciplinary. Our research is tackling some of the most pressing challenges facing society today both regionally and globally.
In this overview, Professor Paul Eggleston gives a preview into his team’s research.
Third year undergraduate, Abi Varley and first year undergraduate, Fungai Saunyama, share their thoughts and experiences of the teaching quality, learning facilities and academic support here at Keele.
Discover the unique ways we are pioneering and embedding environmental practice into the everyday life of our university community. From our new student/staff allotments and Sustainability Hub to our interdisciplinary programmes and community engagement, sustainability is truly ingrained within Keele's culture.
First year undergraduate, Chad Collins, talks about his competitive pursuit of Karate here at Keele. Vice President of the Athletic Union and Sport (2012 – 2013), Rachel Hodkinson, explains our ‘Sport for All’ culture and the benefits of getting involved in our wide range of sports clubs and societies.
Hear from some of our students studying a modern language as part of their degree programme. Whether to increase employability or as a fun personal interest, our language courses offer you a range of levels from beginner to advanced and are all delivered by native speakers.
Third year undergraduate Nick Parry talks about his experiences during his Study Abroad placement in Gothenburg, Sweden. From overseas ‘freshers’ weeks’ to broadening horizons and forging international friendships, Nick’s overview explains the benefits of taking part in our Study Abroad programme.
Two representatives from The Royal Bank of Scotland and Enterprise-rent-a car, talk to a Keele student and recent Keele graduate about what’s important to employers when recruiting graduates and how dual honours degrees are beneficial in the work place.
Supporting students is a philosophy shared by all of the staff at Keele and we want students to feel supported in every way possible during their time here. Some students are often surprised by the vast range of issues we can help with and this short video provides a summary of the practical and emotional support our staff can offer.
Second year students Elliot (Business Management and Marketing) and Emily (History and Law) take us on a tour of campus, answer the age-old question 'Where is Keele?', discover the newest Keele Student Society and explain why they chose Keele.
The myths, legends and traditions of Keele are extremely popular among our students. With an estate dating back to the Knights Templar, the mysterious ghost of Lady Sneyd and the revolutionary Keele passport, find out what makes Keele’s history so unique.