Search our range of undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses.
Get a feel for your university experience by visiting us and checking out our facilities.
Where you live is a big part of your student experience and where you’ll meet friends for life.
Help with the application process for international students.
Check our entry and English language requirements for your country.
Find out more about our interdisciplinary approach to research.
The Research, Innovation and Impact Services team can provide information about all aspects of research at Staffordshire University.
Access our specialist facilities, services and equipment.
Our Employer Partnerships team are here to answer any and all enquiries about our business services.
Our main city campus is in Stoke-on-Trent. We also have our Centre of Excellence in Healthcare Education, located in Stafford.
It’s not all about the study! At Staffordshire University you are in the Midlands region at the heart of the UK. There’s plenty to do and explore in the city and beyond.
This is a thriving, multicultural region with vibrant cities and towns, famous attractions and wonderful countryside. Whatever your interest, there’s plenty of choice - sports, cinema, theatre and restaurants, historic buildings and nightlife. You can take a break in the stunning Peak District National Park.
The main University campus is in Stoke-on-Trent. Our Stafford campus is home to the Centre of Excellence in Healthcare Education and Stafford Business Village.
Stoke-on-Trent is known as the ‘The Potteries’. The area has been world famous for pottery and ceramics production for over 300 years. There are many museums and attractions dedicated to the industry as well as working factories.
There’s a lively nightlife and the city’s theatres stage Broadway shows and big names from comedy and music. Shopping is well catered for with good value supermarkets close to campus and as well as the Potteries Shopping Centre with big name stores and an excellent indoor market. Stoke’s premiership football team, Stoke City, play at the Britannia Stadium and Port Vale FC play at nearby Vale Park.
For more information on what to do in Stoke see Visit Stoke.
The county town of Staffordshire dates to 700BC. You can explore historic cobbled streets with good restaurants and a wide choice of cafés. The town also has big name stores, local shops and an indoor market.
You’ll find a wide range of sports and activities at the town’s leisure centre. There’s a local theatre and every July the town comes alive with street theatre. Stafford has beautiful parks and gardens. One of the finest Tudor houses in England can be found in the town and the annual ‘Shakespeare Under the Stars’ event takes place at Stafford’s 900-year-old castle.
For more information on what to do in Stafford see Visit Stafford.
BBC – History of Stoke and Staffordshire
Visit Stoke - History and Heritage
Visit Stoke – The Potteries
Trip Advisor – Staffordshire Landmarks
Trip Advisor – Stoke on Trent Attractions
Enjoy Staffordshire – Explore our Destinations
Britain’s Finest – Places to visit, things to do and days out in Staffordshire.
You’ll find a good, low-cost bus network and excellent road and rail links.
Manchester Airport is around 40 minutes from Stoke campus
Birmingham Airport is around 45 minutes from Stafford campus
London is one hour and twenty minutes by train
Travel to Manchester or Birmingham by train in about forty minutes
Browser does not support script.