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University Centre Myerscough

Town Rural

Ucas code: M99

University Centre Myerscough is a TEF Gold Award-winning institution ranked by the National Student Survey 2018 as among the highest rated land-based and sports-focused colleges in the UK. Based in the heart of Lancashire, Myerscough offers a broad range of HE degrees validated by the University of Central Lancashire, including: veterinary nursing, football, rugby, basketball, engineering, agriculture, sports coaching, horticulture, equine science and much, much more.
Source:University Centre Myerscough website

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Student satisfaction score 77% MED

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