Keele University is a University located in Staffordshire, England, United Kingdom. The University was established in 1949, before gaining its University status in 1962. It is a rather small University, with approximately 10,000 students enrolled. The University is based on a rural campus near the village of Keele (hence the name), and is known for its picturesque views and sights. On a trivial note – the campus was once owned by King Henry II of England.
UniEel 2019 Rankings: 48th/70
Complete University Guide 2019: 54th/131
The Guardian Rankings 2019: 36th/121
QS UK Rankings 2019: 56th/76
Total Students: 10,000
Male/Female Split: 42/58
UK/EUR/INT Split: 88/2/10
Graduate Prospects: 79%
Student/Staff Ratio: 14:2
Student Satisfaction Rate: 83%
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