facts and figures

student nationalities represented at buckingham (winter 2018)

Winter 2018 student nationalities

 

66%british (including overseas territories) includes students from: bermuda, britain, channel islands, england, jersey, northern ireland and turks and caicos islands.
11%Asia & Pacific includes students from: afghanistan, australia, bangladesh, bhutan, burma, cambodia, china, hong kong, india, japan, south korea, malaysia, nepal, new zealand, pakistan, philippines, singapore, sri lanka, thailand, taiwan and vietnam.
8%sub saharan africa and indian ocean includes students from: angola, botswana, burkina faso, cameroon, djibouti, gambia, ghana, guinea, kenya, maldives, mauritius, mozambique, nigeria, rwanda, seychelles, sierra leone, south africa, swaziland, tanzania, uganda, zambia and zimbabwe.
8%european union (other than uk) includes students from: austria, belgium. bulgaria, cyprus, denmark, finland, france, germany, greece, hungary, ireland, italy, luxembourg, netherlands, norway, poland, portugal, romania, spain, sweden and switzerland.
4%Middle East & North Africa includes students from: algeria, egypt, eritrea, iran, iraq, israel, jordan, lebanon, libya, mauritania, oman, palestine, saudi arabia, somalia, tunisia, turkey and yemen.
2% Americas & Caribbean includes students from: bahamas, brazil, canada, colombia, guyana, netherlands antilles, peru, st vincent, trinidad and tobago, united states of america (usa) and venezuela.
1%europe (other than eu) and central asia includes students from: albania, armenia, croatia, kazakhstan, lithuania, macedonia, russia, tajikstan, ukraine and uzbekistan.

gender and school of study (winter 2018)

school of studyfemale studentsmale students
business school37%63%
school of humanities and social sciences41%59%
law school55%45%
school of science52%48%
medical school57%43%
school of education56%44%
foundation52%48%
total student population50%50%

Graduate destinations (December 2015 & July 2016)

Destination of Leavers - Dec 15 and July 16

76%employed full-time
12%further study
5%something else
2%unemployed
5%employed part-time