The name 'Buckinghamshire New University' was approved in October 2007. This marked a significant new chapter in the history of the University.With the completion of the state-of-the-art Gateway building Bucks now boasts a modern integrated learning resources centre, music recording studios, video production suites and a fitness centre. The building won a RIBA award in 2010.
School of Arts & Creative Industries have following departments:
The research Centres and Institutes operate proactively and by matching commissioners values.Our creativity is reactive to the needs of our partnerships who are the public and private sector educational partners. We engage locally, regionally, nationally and with international partners as our integrated inter-disciplinary provisions grow.
We have a dedicated team of career and employment specialists, who work in partnership with academic colleagues, employers and the Students' Union to prepare you for the world of work. This service is available to all our students and for up to two years after graduation.
We have a lot to offer – studios for drama, dance and audio purposes, production suites, healthcare simulation labs, a photography studio and a human performance lab.
You may be travelling some distance to study with us but you can still live in a place that feels like home. The Accommodation Service offers a choice of different rooms and locations, so you can find the right fit for you.High Wycombe accommodation
The library service is here to offer students a wide range of learning resources including:
Our three campuses - High Wycombe, Uxbridge and Aylesbury - are nestled in the beautiful English countryside yet close to all the excitement London has to offer.
A large versatile space, designed to cater for a multitude of activities. The hall can be split so that several activities can take place at once. The most popular activities that can take place include: