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De Montfort University

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De Montfort University

Key Information
Quick Facts
An Overview
Services for students
Rankings
Accommodations
Notable Alumni
Key Information

Particular

Details

Location

Leicester

Established

1992

Total Students

20,000

Percentage of International Students

 25%

Quick Facts

  • De Montfort University has approximately 27,000 full and part-time students, 3,240 staff and an annual turnover in the region of £168 million.
  • De Montfort University has approximately 27,000 full and part-time students, 3,240 staff and an annual turnover in the region of £168 million.
  • The four Library sites on campus consist of the main Kimberlin Library and three ancillaries. Many Library functions are also available off campus at any time, including electronic resources such as academic databases, and online account management facilities such as book renewal.

An Overview

Faculty of Art, Design and Humanities- Created from a merger of the previous Faculty of Art and Design and the Faculty of Humanities, the Faculty of Art, Design and Humanities offers traditional humanities subjects including English and History, as well as more design based courses in areas such as Architecture and Fine Art. Within its humanities division, the Faculty currently holds five National Teacher Fellows; the latest being Deborah Cartmell, Reader in English, who was made a Fellow in recognition of excellence in teaching and learning support. Cartmell developed the university’s pioneering Master’s degree in Adaptation Studies and is a founding member of the British Shakespeare Association and the Association of Adaptation Studies

 

Faculty of Business and Law-The Faculty of Business and Law incorporates the Leicester Business School and the Leicester De Montfort Law School. The Faculty has a long history of international partnerships; in 1997, it collaborated to help found a business school in India – the Daly College Business School.
Faculty of Health and Life Sciences-The Fletcher Building of the former Faculty of Art and Design. The Faculty of Health and Life Science is De Montfort’s largest faculty, housing roughly 500 full-time and part-time staff, as well as approximately 8000 students. It is composed of four interconnected schools: Leicester School of Allied Health Sciences, the School of Applied Social Sciences, the Leicester School of Nursing and Midwifery and the Leicester School of Pharmacy.

Services for students

  • Coursework hand-in and collection
  • Password reset for DMU IT systems
  • Supply of forms for change of programme/module changes, change of address etc.
  • Contact details for lecturers
  • Photocopying
  • Locker rental
  • Information leaflets on all Student Services and University regulations and procedures
  • General enquiries and signposting to other departments
  • Exam and coursework deferral forms and advice
  • Provision of one-to-one appointments with a member of staff should your problem be of a private or confidential nature

E: hls.advice.centre@dmu.ac.uk

T: +44 (0)116 257 7749

Rankings

National rankings
Complete (2020)[33] 67
Guardian (2020)[34] 61
Times / Sunday Times (2020)[35] 67=
Global rankings
THE (2020)[36] 601–800
British Government assessment
Teaching Excellence Framework[37] Gold

Accommodations

Campus of the University-

  • The Leicester campus is close to Leicester Castle and occupies what was once a religious precinct of the castle, built by the earls and dukes of Lancaster, known as the Newarke. It is bordered by the 15th-century Magazine Gateway or Newarke Gateway and the campus contains listed buildings, including Trinity House, rebuilt in 1901 and containing part of the original 14th-century Hospital of The Annunciation building.
  • The campus has seen several recent developments as part of a ten-year £200 million initiative by the university, such as the £35 million Hugh Aston Building; constructed to move students from the Faculty of Business and Law closer to the centre of the university’s infrastructure. In 2016, the Vijay Patel Building was opened. The Vijay Patel Building is home to art and design courses and is the centrepiece of the £136 million Campus Transformation Project which aims to “provide DMU with one of the finest city centre campuses in the country”. The building is named after Dr Vijay Patel, who, alongside his wife, made the single largest donation by individuals in the university’s history.
  • The Campus Centre offers numerous facilities for students. The building was completed in September 2003, fulfilling a number of functions and providing a wide range of services.

Notable Alumni

  • Gavin Bryars, composer
  • James Stevens Curl, architectural historian, architect and author
  • Gary Day
  • Christopher Duffy
  • Simon Emmerson, composer
  • Desmond Fernandes
  • David Greenaway, economist
  • Ian Hall
  • Robert Hewison
  • Christopher Hobbs
  • Derek Hockridge
  • John Hoskin
  • Andrew Hugill
  • Chris Joseph, writer
  • Joanna Scanlan, actress
  • Stephen Thomas Knight
  • Leigh Landy
  • Jim Marshall
  • Nicholas J. Phillips
  • Kate Pullinger
  • John Richards, musician
  • Martin Rieser
  • Michael Scott
  • Debbie Sell
  • Dave Smith, composer
  • Sue Thomas, author
  • John Young, composer

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    De Montfort University

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    Know more about accommodation options:

    On Campus Accommodation:

    www.dmu.ac.uk/study/undergraduate-study/accommodation/accommodation.aspx

    Off Campus Accommodation:

    Private student accommodation providers:

    1. CRM-Student – http://www.crm-students.com/
    2. Unite Students – http://www.unitestudents.com/
    3. Chapter-Living – https://www.chapter-living.com
    4. IQ Student – https://www.iqstudentaccommodation.com/
    5. Pure Student Living – http://www.purestudentliving.com/
    6. Liberty Living – https://www.libertyliving.co.uk/
    7. Victoria League Student House – https://www.victorialeague.co.uk/
    8. Student Castle – http://www.studentcastle.co.uk/
    9. Opto Living – http://www.optoliving.com/
    10. Vista Student – https://www.vitastudent.com/
    11. Mezzino – https://www.mezzino.co.uk/
    12. Fresh Student Living – http://www.freshstudentliving.co.uk/
    13. Scape – https://www.scape.com/en-uk
    14. Urbanest Student Accommodation – http://www.uk.urbanest.com/
    15. Host-Student – https://www.host-students.com
    16. Mansion Student – http://www.mansionstudent.co.uk/
    17. The Student Housing Company – http://thestudenthousingcompany.com/

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    6. Unipol – http://www.unipol.org.uk/
    7. Student – https://www.student.com/
    8. Student Pad – http://www.studentpad.co.uk/
    9. My Student Halls – https://www.mystudenthalls.com/
    10. University Rooms – http://www.universityrooms.com/


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