University of West London
The University of West London is moving into a bold and exciting future guided by an ambitious strategic plan; Impact 2028. The aspirations laid out in this plan are within our reach, fuelled by our standing as the nation’s fastest-rising university and our commitment to student success and research productivity. This plan charts our course for the next five years and positions UWL as a powerful engine of prosperity, one that prioritises: lifelong learning, impactful research, access, inclusion, sustainability, and the ever-important digital ecosystem. In recent years we have gained national recognition for the quality of the student experience and the social mobility that accrues from it. We have also gained a reputation for research productivity and innovation and as a result, we have become a destination of choice for a diverse body of students and staff.
Università Roma Tre
Roma Tre University is a young university thought for young people. Founded in 1992, it has rapidly grown both in terms of students and courses offered. It has gained an excellent rating among the most prominent academic rankings, especially within the younger universities. Roma Tre University is organized in 13 departments offering Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees, Postgraduate and Advanced courses, PhDs and Specialisation Schools. A dynamic, modern and international university that has been immediately identified as the vital lever of the urban development of the capital, within which it is now deeply rooted, contributing in changing the city’s identity with a persevering process of restructuring and re-using abandoned industrial buildings, converting them into factories of knowledge and research. Among its founding values, Roma Tre assumes the promotion and organization of high-quality international research, the excellence in advanced education as well as in the development and dissemination of knowledge, the environmental protection, the international solidarity, the principles of gender equity and the evaluation and recognition of merit.