United Kingdom
University of Surrey
The University of Surrey is a prestigious university in the English town of Guildford. This public research university was created in 1966 after gaining a royal charter, but its origins may be traced back to 1891, when the Battersea Polytechnic Institute was founded. For international students, the University of Surrey offers 96 undergraduate degree programmes and 101 graduate programmes. Engineering courses at the university are excellent, as are the Data Science and Information System degrees.

Cost of attendance

For international students, the average cost of studying for undergraduate and graduate taught programmes at the University of Surrey is 17,900-23,100 GBP (17.8-23 lakh INR). You should budget roughly 17,400-23,400 GBP (17.37-23.36 lakh INR) for the institute's full-time research programmes.


The University of Surrey has nearly 6,000 student beds spread across three campuses, with more than half of them having en-suite shower and toilet facilities. All first-year students are guaranteed on-campus housing, and those who agree to live on campus are assigned a Student Life Mentor. Except for Manor Park's studio flats, the majority of the halls of residence are self-catering with communal cooking facilities. Utility costs, Broadband internet connection, and personal possessions insurance are all included in the weekly rent, which ranges from 72 GBP to 358 GBP. All bedrooms are smoke-free and come fully equipped with a desk and chair, a bed, a reading lamp, a bookcase, and clothing storage. The typical monthly rent for off-campus living is 600 to 800 pounds.

Acceptance rate

Over 16,000 students at Surrey, 33 percent of students at Surrey are from outside the UK, demonstrating both the diversity of our student body and the University's international reputation. The admittance rate at the University of Surrey is roughly 65 percent. Meritorious students who apply to the university may anticipate lightly selective admissions criteria.


The main campus of the University of Surrey is located in Stag Hill, Guildford, in the southeast of England. The Manor Park campus, located near the main campus, houses some student housing, the School of Veterinary Medicine, academic buildings, and the 36 million GBP Surrey Sports Park. Students can participate in any of the 130+ societies and 47 sports groups on campus for intellectual, athletic, or skill development. Some of the main campus's services include restaurants, cafes, pubs, a bookshop, laundrette, post office, Santander Bank, SimplyFresh (convenience store), and UniTemps.


They are accredited by both the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the Association of MBAs (AMBA).

Jobs and Placement

The university generates approximately 1.8 billion GBP for the national economy. It has over 2300 placement partners, including Airbus, HP, IBM, McLaren, Oracle, Morgan Stanley, Marks and Spencer, Microsoft, and many more. Graduate students in the Executive Management and Change sectors earn the maximum yearly pay of 116,000 GBP. NOKIA, Honda Cars, HSBC, Accenture, Caterpillar, Credit Suisse, Motorola, Deloitte, and Jaguar are among the companies recruiting at the university.

QS Ranking

University of Surrey is ranked at #272 position in the QS World University rankings of 2022.

The Ranking

It is positioned at 201-250 according to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022.

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