Russia is a large country, it has 766 universities located in 82 regions from Kaliningrad to Vladivostok. There are classical universities which provide training for various professions, from engineer to philologist, and specialised universities focused on technology, humanities or medicine.

Alphabetically list of university in Russia

A list of universities and colleges in Northern Cyprus. Northern Cyprus, officially the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, is a self-declared state that comprises the northeastern portion of the island of Cyprus.

Alphabetically list of university in Northern Cyprus

The University of Gibraltar is Gibraltar’s only university. It is in the southernmost point of Gibraltar. The University of Gibraltar is a not-for-profit independent tertiary institution that was established by The University of Gibraltar Act 2015. The Act provides for the establishment or designation of bodies to safeguard the academic standards of the university and to regulate the conduct of its affairs. The Act also grants the university the right and the power to award degrees (including research and honorary degrees), diplomas and certificates.

Alphabetically list of university in Gibraltar

The University of Greenland (Greenlandic: Ilisimatusarfik; Danish: Grønlands Universitet) is Greenland’s only university. It is in the capital city of Nuuk. Most courses are taught in Danish, a few in Greenlandic and classes by exchange lecturers often in English.

The university had an enrollment of approximately 650 students in 2015, composed of mostly Greenlandic inhabitants. It has around fourteen academic staff and five technical-administrative employees. The modest student population is due in part to the government’s policy allowing students a free university education anywhere in Europe or North America, with most Greenlandic students going to university in Denmark.

Alphabetically list of university in Greenland

This list follows the list of recognised bodies on the UK government website. All the institutions on this list are recognised bodies with university status, indicated either by their use of university title in their name on the recognised bodies list or by reference to the Office for Students database for the few universities that do not use the title in their name. Member institutions of the University of London are listed under the University of London.

The following is a list of English universities and university colleges recognized by the Office for Students (OfS). As of August 2017, there were 106 universities in England and 5 university colleges out of a total of around 130 in the United Kingdom. This includes private universities but does not include other Higher Education Institutions that have not been given the right to call themselves “university” or “university college” by the Privy Council or Companies House, or colleges of the University of London.

Alphabetically list of university in England

This is a list of universities in Scotland. Universities in Scotland includes all universities and university colleges in Scotland, founded between the fifteenth century and the present day.

The first university college in Scotland was founded at St John’s College, St Andrews in 1418 by Henry Wardlaw, bishop of St. Andrews. St Salvator’s College was added to St. Andrews in 1450. The University of Glasgow was founded in 1451 and King’s College, Aberdeen in 1495. St Leonard’s College was founded in St Andrews in 1511 and St John’s College was re-founded as St Mary’s College, St Andrews in 1538, as a Humanist academy for the training of clerics. Public lectures that were established in Edinburgh in the 1540s, would eventually become the University of Edinburgh in 1582.

Alphabetically list of university in Scotland

Education in Northern Ireland differs from systems used elsewhere in the United Kingdom, although it is relatively similar to Wales.

Alphabetically list of university in Northern Ireland