Leeds Trinity history goes back to the early 1960s when two Catholic teacher training colleges started out in Leeds - Trinity College for women, and All Saints College for men. The two colleges opened in September 1966 and merged to become Leeds Trinity & All Saints in 1980. The institution became a college of the University in 1991 and established a formal accreditation agreement in 2001. In July 2009 Leeds Trinity was granted the power to award its own taught degrees and became a University College. This means that students now starting on an undergraduate or postgraduate degree course will have their degree awarded by Leeds Trinity University College. It has a student population of over 200,000, and was voted Best university destination in the UK' by The Independent. Leeds was recently named 'The most cost effective place to study in Britain' by the RBS Student Living Index 2007. In July 2009.
HS Consultants (PVT) Ltd is working with Newcastle University under Partnership
HS Consultants – a distinguished foreign education consultants’ firm is engaged in this field for the last many years at this mega-polis in getting admission for the highly genius students in any leading college or university of western world exclusively in the Newcastle University UK.
HS Consultants has the highest passion and aim to assist to enter as much Pakistani students as possible in the western colleges and universities that could be leading to converting Pakistan into – a country of highly educated and highly qualified manpower all over the world.
And to this effect, HS Consultants has remarkably succeeded in assisting the Pakistani students in the leading colleges and universities of west and then by bringing the same students with international repute – back to our country, by making the ranking higher in the field of talented people in the world. In the recent past review, Pakistan was considered the 4TH TALENTED PEOPLES COUNTRY IN THE WORLD.
Newcastle University is a public-research driven university based in Newcastle upon Tyne in the north-east of England. Initially it was running as a School of Medicine and Surgery in 1834 and later it was upgraded to the university level through an act of Parliament in August 1963.
This Newcastle University is being called as a red brick university and is a member of Russell Group – an association of research-oriented UK universities. The university has a research portfolio – the largest in its size in UK.