About University of Suffolk
"The University of Suffolk is a transformational university, aligning the best of UK university traditions with the 21st century world of employment and entrepreneurship. Its distinctive, thriving academic community makes a clear and immediate impact. The University's purpose is to change the lives of individuals and communities for the better."
The University of Suffolk is one of the newest universities in the UK, having received its University status in 2016. As such, we are keen to not only mature and develop our brand and reputation in the UK, but also, globally. We are smaller than most universities so we can be flexible and agile, meeting the needs of a changing world. We can promote education's role in being transformational for individuals, communities and society more widely.
One of the ways to achieve this is to deliver elements of our curriculum on campus and online. Partnering with Unicaf will enable us to deliver degree programmes to students around the world. We aim to develop their skills and knowledge in relation to a range of programmes, starting with our MSc in Public Health. This course will contribute to the increasing need to lead our world approach to public health with a strong emphasis on prevention and early detection, alongside how to influence public health policy and practice more widely.
For the University of Suffolk, this helps us achieve our mission and vision to transform lives, and we will benefit from being able to grow our brand and reputation globally and learn more with Unicaf, about delivering online courses. This partnership will bring online, accessible and flexible higher education to many who would otherwise not be able to access it. In turn, our students will be able to transform their communities through the learning they are able to undertake online.Download brochure.