Keep up-to-date with the latest news from the University of Surrey. From high profile research discoveries to stories about the people at the heart of our thriving academic community, read on to find out what’s happening at Surrey and how our work is making an impact on the world.
We recently welcomed three alumni back to campus to speak to undergraduates from our Literature and Languages degree programmes about careers and how to get ahead.
“I’ve realised just how great it feels to apply the theory you learn at university to a real, practical challenge. It is awesome to see the equations and maths come to life in a real system.”
“As well as increasing my knowledge of accelerator physics, I also developed my coding abilities and improved my French.”
Surrey’s new £1.7m chemical engineering facility – which includes a fully operational process plant – officially opened its doors in September and is now home to undergraduate teaching across all years.
Pupils from secondary schools across Guildford visited the University’s School of Veterinary Medicine to solve the mysterious death of the University’s mascot, Steve the Stag.
An engineering technician and local resident who has worked at the University for almost 38 years received a 'Lifetime Achievement Award' at Eagle Radio's 2017 Local Heroes Awards.
The University celebrated an important construction milestone during the ‘topping out’ ceremony of its new student residences, which brought the £75m development on its Manor Park campus closer to completion.
Meeting up with our alumni wherever they are in the world is always a pleasure and we were delighted to welcome Surrey graduates to two receptions in India last week.
Surrey has won through to the final stage of the Santander Cycles University Challenge to develop our own bespoke cycle hire scheme on campus. And we need your help to win!