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UA92 has been developed in partnership with the respected academic pioneers at Lancaster University. When you study at UA92, you will begin a unique education that combines the academic curiosity, reputation and rigour of Lancaster with the drive, experience and connections of the Class of 92. This combination makes your degree exceptional!

Lancaster was established in 1964, and has been identified as an educational and academic pioneer ever since. It ranks in the UK’s Top 10 according to the Guardian (2021), the Times and Sunday Times (2021), and the Complete University Guide (2021). What’s more, Lancaster is ranked 136th in the THE World University Rankings (2021), and 135th in the QS World University Rankings (2021).

Lancaster has a strong reputation globally. In addition to numerous international research partnerships, Lancaster has four strategic partnerships teaching validated Lancaster degrees overseas in Ghana, China, Malaysia and Germany. UA92 students are therefore part of a global family of Lancaster University degree holders.

Your UA92 degree will be awarded by Lancaster University, with the career-accelerating range of media, business, sport and computing courses taught on the UA92 campus in Manchester.

As one of the lead partners in setting up UA92, Lancaster University assists in the selection of lecturers, design of the courses, and development of the learning and study facilities.

The relationship between UA92 and Lancaster University means you can be assured that your qualification is recognised and valued all over the world.


  • 10th in the UK (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide, 2021)
  • 10th in the UK (The Guardian, 2021)
  • 8th in the UK (The Complete University Guide, 2021)

“UA92 offers a different approach to higher education, and is a real alternative for people who otherwise may not have chosen to go to university. It’s also an excellent choice for those students looking for different ways to learn  and increase their life skills, personal networks and employment prospects.”


Professor Andy Schofield | Vice-Chancellor, Lancaster University
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