A quality learning environment...
All De Montfort University (DMU) students belong to one of our four faculties.
Each faculty delivers a wide range of courses to students as well as overseeing world-changing research and fostering enviable commercial links that inform our teaching and ensure DMU courses are relevant to modern employers.
The Faculty of Arts, Design and Humanities brings together DMU’s creative disciplines. Its courses range from traditional to boundary pushing and research is rated as internationally excellent. Names such as shoe guru Jimmy Choo and novelist Adele Parks have lectured students thanks to the faculty’s exceptional industry links.
The Faculty of Business and Law delivers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses, including accounting, law, politics, marketing and business studies, that are all designed with employability in mind. All of our undergraduate courses offer the opportunity to study abroad for up to a year with a partner institution. Housed in the new, state-of-the-art Hugh Aston Building, the faculty is known for its excellent teaching, leading edge research and superb links with industry.
The Faculty of Health and Life Sciences educates and develops current and future healthcare professionals. Our long-standing expertise and strong links with industry ensure our students get a head start in their career. Many of our courses are accredited or endorsed by professional bodies, ensuring our teaching is delivered to the highest quality that is recognised by, and relevant to, current practice. Our strong links with industry leaders and direct input from experienced professionals ensure our courses provide students with the essential and specialist knowledge and skills required for graduate jobs.
The Faculty of Technology trains engineers, computer scientists and media technologists alike. From forensic computing and games programming, to electronic engineering and radio production, teaching and research is exceptionally varied and at the cutting edge. Facilities are industry standard, so graduates have the skills required for successful careers.