About University of Northampton

Come to the University of Northampton and you will see that we do things a bit differently.

The University of Northampton is a public university based in Northampton, England. It was formed in 1999 by the amalgamation of a number of training colleges, and gained full university status as the University of Northampton in 2005 having been awarded full University status and research degree awarding powers. Wanting to break the mold of what Higher Education can be has led to the building of a whole new University from the ground up that is designed to reflect the way that you actually learn rather than the way you are expected to learn. 

Even though the University of Northampton is one of the youngest universities in the United Kingdom (UK) it has already led the way in adding value to society and creating a social impact outlasting its expectations. It has won multiple awards for its work in this area, among others, but what matters the most is ensuring that its students and graduates have the opportunity to make their mark on the world too. That’s why the University of Northampton was the first university in the UK to be named as a Changemaker Campus in 2012 joining a global network of 21 other Changemaker Campuses.

The university is committed to transforming lives and inspiring change. This is at the heart of all that it does. It ensures that students studying at the University of Northampton are afforded the experience that enables them to transform their life and those of others too, no matter how great or small this may be.

The University of Northampton offers several programs via Academic Partnership with Casa College. The students’ academic experience in Cyprus is identical to that of students who observe the same programme in the UK. The nature of this collaboration ensures that Casa College continues to deliver programs to the very highest of academic standards, quality assured by a British University with an international reputation.