The University of Bolton has a student body of just 11,000. Students are based on a modern, compact campus with a close community that leaves no one feeling anonymous. Small class sizes give students the chance to get to know their classmates and create life-long friendships. The town of Bolton itself is friendly, thriving, and has the added advantage of being nearby the major cities of Manchester and Liverpool. The campus gives the best of both worlds, where students can study in a close-knit community with access to big city attractions. The school has been awarded silver by the Teaching Excellence Framework, with teaching quality that has consistently won the highest ratings possible from
the Government's quality control agency. The university of Bolton has professional accreditation for more than 25 of their teaching programs. Bolton has internationally renowned cultural, sporting, and retail centers, with shopping and entertainment right on the doorstep.
The University of Bolton is committed to helping and supporting students and their teachers and advisers at every stage of the journey into higher education. Valuing its strong partnerships with local schools and colleges, the university offers a range of enrichment activities supporting progression into higher education.
Bolton is a town in Greater Manchester in North West England, located about ten miles northwest Manchester proper. It is a former mill town, and was once the largest centers of cotton spinning in the world. Bolton is home to the Bolton Wanderers football club, who play home games at the Macron stadium. Popular sights are the Museum and Art Gallery at the Bolton Central Library, the aquarium, and the famous Fish and Veg Market. Bolton is the birthplace of several famous figures, most notable of w
ho is WBA World light-welterweight champion Amir Khan.