Lancaster University delegate visit to Uniserv Nairobi on 25th July

Lancaster University is organised into four main faculties, each of which comprises multiple departments, institutes and centres. Find out more about this from Jamie Vegard at Uniserv Office.


July 25, 2017 - 10:00 am


July 25, 2017 - 3:30 pm


Uniserv Nairobi, 9th Floor, Fortis Tower, Wood vale Grove, Westlands, Nairobi Kenya   View map

Students at Lancaster University are more satisfied with their course than the average UK student according to the latest National Student Survey, in which the University achieved 91% on the ‘overall student satisfaction’ score, placing it firmly amongst the top 10 UK universities for that parameter. These results reflect the dedication of staff who work hard to ensure that every student who comes here will receive the very best education.

The University is frequently singled out for its high levels of graduate employment; 97% of Lancaster University graduates have gone into work or further study within six months of graduating, and 82% of graduates are in graduate level work or further study. Lancaster graduates are performing well in what is an increasingly competitive job market. Through the work of our Careers staff and initiatives such as the Lancaster Award, which helps students communicate to future employers their skills and accomplishments such as voluntary work, we aim to enhance our students’ future career prospects.