Keele University

About Keele University

Keele University, officially known as the University of Keele, is a public research university in Keele, approximately 3 miles from Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, England. Founded in 1949 with a commitment to meet the demands of a new kind of society, economy and world, Keele was the first new university of the 20th Century and remains true to its original mission today. The institution occupies (in 2017) a 620-acre (250 hectare) rural campus close to the village of Keele and comprises extensive woodlands, small lakes and Keele Hall in the historic Staffordshire Potteries heartland. Everything’s on your doorstep at Keele, with the most important facilities gathered together at the centre of campus – which at over 600 acres is the biggest in the UK.
Graduating students

Why Study at Keele University?

Keele University is I top 3 in England for overall student satisfaction and has obtained the Gold awards in the Teaching Excellence Framework. 97% of the research is world leading or with relevant international importance. 96% in graduate employability according to HESA.

Contact Details


Keele, Newcastle ST5 5BG


01782 732000


Key Information



Entry Requirements

FD: Overall: Shahadat Al-Thanawaya Al-Aama – General Secondary Education Certificate with 80% average and 80% in core required subjects.
Health Foundation Year, please refer to relevant School for further information.
UG: Appropriate pre-university programme required
PG: Postgraduate 2.2
Postgraduate 2.1
Bachelor degree from a recognised institution with overall GPA of 2.75/4.0 or 3.3/5.0
Bachelor degree from a recognised institution with overall GPA of 3.0/4.0 or 3.6/5.0
IELTS: FD: 5.0/4.5
UG: 6.0/5.5
PG: 6.5/6.0

International Fees

UG: Overall: 13,000 GBP to 20,000 GBP
PG: 16,000 GBP to 20,000 GBP


Scholarships of £2,500 per year of study are available to international undergraduate students