Keele’s world-leading research is of international importance. It tackles society’s most urgent challenges, including global health and renewable energy.
Keele academics are experts in their fields, leading research and pushing boundaries in areas such as sustainable foods and energy, global health and policing.
Keele continues to invest in its facilities and partnerships, growing its business engagement, a Science and Innovation Park and global network of alumni.
Keele University campus nestles in 600 acres of countryside in the heart of the UK, between Manchester and Birmingham. It's an innovative university, led by its research. The campus is big, but with a small and cosmopolitan community and rates highly for student satisfaction. Everything is just a short walk from the centre of campus – accommodation, teaching buildings, library, cafés and bars, the sports centre and a medical centre.