The University of Northampton (UON) is a legally operating degree-granting educational provider in the United Kingdom. Being partners, both institutes are responsible for programme delivery. All NAMI teachers are approved by UON and they receive regular trainings.
The University of Northampton was England’s No 1 University for Employability in 2012.
The University of Northampton has an extensive history in Northampton dating back to the 13th century whilst The University of Northampton has evolved from the beginning of the 20th century.
History of UON
The University of Northampton is made up of four academic faculties, each specializing in a particular area of study.
Each has a varied staff of industry experts and academics, providing courses, producing research outputs and creating partnerships with businesses and the local community. All four faculties ensure their students graduate with the skills, experience and attitudes that employers are looking for. The
Northampton’s heritage is built, in part, on its days as the shoe-making capital of England, but in recent years the town has gained an international reputation for automotive engineering and high performance technology. The University’s Faculty of Arts, Science and Technology fuses the town’s creative and experimental ethos, by bringing together the arts, creative, engineering and computing disciplines, in a vibrant and stimulating environment.