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Every year, close to a hundred Sri Lankan students choose the University of Leicester At Leicester, the vibrancy of the city centre is just a few minutes' walk from the campus, offering the best of both worlds – the community feel of a campus university combined with all the excitement of a city-based university. All the facilities you need can be found on campus. As well as academic buildings, computer rooms and the David Wilson Library, there are coffee bars, a bank, restaurants, shops, bars, an arts centre, plus a handy gym and the constantly buzzing Students' Union. You can walk from one end of the campus to the other in 10 minutes – provided a friend doesn't stop you for a chat. The compact campus gives a bustling and friendly feel to the University that students and staff love.
A day in your life at Leicester… With everything that you need on one site you can pack a lot into your day as a student here! It's easy to settle in quickly and get involved in all aspects of university life.
With all teaching buildings within a few minutes' walk of each other, if lectures start at 9.00am followed by a tutorial at 10.00am, you won't have to make a mad dash between the two.
And you'll never be at a loss to fill your time. You might meet for a chat with friends at one of the many coffee bars around campus. You could check your emails at one of the 1100 computers on campus, go to the library to make use of one of the one million publications or browse round the University bookshop.
If you're feeling hungry there is a wide choice of food outlets offering value-for-money and friendly service, serving a wide range of fast food, vegetarian and healthy eating choices. You can take advantage of the University's special SNAPcard to pre-pay for meals and snacks at a discount. It's a great way of helping manage your budget.
You can venture into your Students' Union shop to grab a paper or head to the gym for a quick workout between seminars. The Students' Union is also home to 180 clubs and societies .
When the sun is shining Victoria Park next to the campus is a perfect green space where you can revise, relax and play rounders or football with friends.
Across the park is the bustling Queens Road, which has a wide selection of shops, delis, banks, a post office and a number of excellent bars and restaurants.
The University of Leicester is a leading UK University committed to international excellence through the creation of world changing research and high quality, inspirational teaching.
The University of Leicester was the THE University of the Year 2008-9. In awarding the title the judges cited Leicester's ability to "evidence commitment to high quality, a belief in the synergy of teaching and research and a conviction that higher education is a power for good". Leicester was, said the judges, "elite without being elitist".
We're highly ranked, consistently in the top 20 of major national tables including:
17th in the Guardian (and 12th, 15th and 14th in previous 3 tables)
17th in The Times (and 15th, 14th, 14th in the previous 3 tables)
20th in the Complete University Guide
19th in the Times Higher Table of Tables
Leicester is ranked in the top 2% of universities in the world by both the QS World University Rankings 2011, Taiwan World University Rankings and THE World University Rankings.
Founded in 1921 we received our Royal Charter in 1957.
Leicester is a member of the 1994 Group of internationally renowned universities engaged in leading-edge research and high quality teaching.
The quality of our teaching is high and since the launch of the National Student Survey in 2006, Leicester has consistently featured amongst the top-10 universities in England for student satisfaction. The Sunday Times recently described Leicester as "top... amongst mainstream multi-faculty universities for student satisfaction".
The research conducted by the University has the strongest impact of any Midlands university measured by citations per academic. Our citation levels place us amongst the top 1% of universities in the world are the 6th highest in the UK (QS World University Ranking - September 8th 2010).
Leicester’s Quality Related research funding (QR) is the 19th highest of Britain’s 120 universities.
It was here that DNA Genetic Fingerprinting was invented by Professor Sir Alec Jeffreys.
Leicester has one of the highest proportions of staff who are research active in the UK, with approximately 93% of staff submitted for the national 2008 Research Assessment Exercise. Of these, Leicester has 87% of research activity deemed by the RAE to be producing internationally significant research.
Leicester is home to the department with greatest concentration of world class research of any department of any discipline in the UK – in our Department of Museum Studies.
Leicester is the most inclusive of Britain's top-20 leading universities with the greatest proportions of students from under-represented groups.
Leicester has one of the strongest student completion rates – 91% of our students leave the sector with an award according to government performance indicators.
The University won the 2009/10 THE Award for Outstanding Student Support.
A University of 23,000 students, our turnover is in excess £230m per annum. Our turnover has a secondary knock on effect of £350m into the regional economy. Our students’ spending contributes a further £140m directly and indirectly into the economy. In total the University contributes well over £700m of activity annually to the economy.
The University directly employs over 3,500 people and indirectly supports the employment of just under 3,000 others.