About the University
The University of Winchester is a public research university in the county of Hampshire, England.
The university's main campus is within walking distance of the historical city of Winchester and has been redeveloped and modernised in recent years.
It ranks 92nd in the UK in The Guardian's 2021 University Rankings and holds a TEF Silver Award.
Guardian Academic Rankings
University accommodation is available on campus with six halls of residence to choose from. There is a variety of price and facility options available, all within easy commuting distance of campus.
There are excellent facilities for students, including an esteemed sports centre and latest industry-standard equipment. There are also specialist laboratories and libraries on campus.
The St Alphege building offers state-of-the-art learning and teaching facilities, as well as IT access. A beautifully restored Chapel, cutting-edge Life Fitness Gym and Performing Arts Studios make the campus diverse and full of opportunity.
Winchester Students' Union runs a variety of sports clubs and student societies, as well as bars, shops and student representation on campus.
Winchester is a beautiful old-English town, full of stunning historical architecture and small businesses. There is also a plethora of shops, bars, restaurants and cafes to explore.
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