Education has an extensive history in Northampton dating back to the 13th century. The University was established
by Royal character after approval from King Henry III in 1261. It was the third University established in England and in the United Kingdom after the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge, and the twenty second in Europe.
The University is situated in the heart of England and offers various subjects at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and several professional certificates.
In 2013 Guardian University League table rank the University of Northampton as England’s No.1 University for employability and in 2012, University of Northampton was ranked No.1 for value added and climbed 31 places.
The University of Northampton is committed to ensure “Equality and Diversity” that all students, staff, visitors and others, who had contacted with, are treated fairly and with dignity and respect. The University celebrates the diversity (its society with others) and works to ensure that the human rights of all are enhanced and protected.