United Kingdom
The University of Buckingham
The University of Buckingham is a private university that was founded in 1973 and is one of the country's oldest private universities. It was granted university status by Royal Charter in 1983. In addition, the university belongs to the Independent Universities Group. The university established the School of Medicine in 2015 and began offering an undergraduate degree programme the following year. The University of Buckingham Medicine School is affiliated with the Milton Keynes University Hospital and the Milton Keynes NHS Trust.

Cost of attendance

The tuition for the course at a university is £9,250 per year.


Students can live on campus at the university. If you are a new student, we strongly advise you to choose our on-campus student housing on Hunter Street. On-campus accommodation costs between £5,000 and £7,500. Monthly rent for off-campus housing ranges between 500 and 700 Pounds.

Acceptance rate

It has approximately 1,315 students enrolled in undergraduate programmes and approximately 1,205 students enrolled in postgraduate programmes. The University of Buckingham invites students from over 100 different countries. The university has a 48 percent acceptance rate. Employees who graduate from The University of Buckingham earn a basic income of $59k on average.


The riverfront campus is located near the centre of Buckingham and is partially encompassed within a south-turning bend of the River Great Ouse. Part of the university's important buildings can be found on or near Hunter Street, including Yeomanry House, the Anthony de Rothschild building (which houses Humanities), the Humanities Library, and some of the student housing. The Vice-office Chancellor's is located in Prebend House, a freshly restored Georgian mansion. The Tanlaw Mill, located on the other side of Hunter Street, on the so-called 'island,' is one of the university's social centres, housing the main refectory, the Fitness Centre, and the Students' Union Office.


Buckingham's MB ChB degree has received the GMC accreditation.

Jobs and Placement

 The Careers and Employability Service assists our students in their career preparation. Exploring career and further study options; developing professional skills and self-awareness that employers value; gaining employment, placements, and work experience; preparing for success in a competitive graduate job market; and providing paid micro-internships through the B-Enterprising scheme are all part of this. According to the Higher Education Statistics Agency rankings, the University of Buckingham is the best in the UK for employability. The university's employment rate is 94.6 percent.

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