Almost half of our degrees are professionally-accredited. This confirms that they meet the standards set by relevant professional bodies.
Graduating from an accredited course may mean that you are eligible to apply for membership of a professional body on graduation. You may also be exempt from professional exams or further academic study en route to your chosen career.
Professionally accredited degrees indicate a close link with industry. This often means you learn about developments at the cutting edge of professional practice.
Other benefits of our links with industry include case-study led teaching and the chance to gain real-world experience through work placements or projects based on real problems set by industry.