Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland University College was the name of the university when it was first founded in 1921. Thomas Fielding Johnson a local businessman donated the site for the University to create a living memorial of all local people who had made sacrifices during the First World War. This is expressed in the motto ‘Ut Vitam Habeant’ – ‘So that they may have life”.
In 1921 the college first admitted their students and were awarded external degrees by the University of London. The establishment became Leicester University College in 1972; 30 years later the college obtained its Royal Charter which enabled the university the right to award its own degrees. In 1963, the University won the first ever series of University Challenge.
University Rd, Leicester LE1 7RH
All the below courses are available through the foundation campus (GSC) of University of Leicester.
Chemistry with Foundation Year BSc
Engineering with Foundation Year Beng
Physics with Foundation Year BSc
Computer Science with Foundation Year BSc
Biological Sciences with Foundation Year BSc
Natural Sciences (Life and Physical Sciences) with Foundation Year BSc
Semester – 1: September
Semester – 2: January