Welcome to our valued partners
As a specialist postgraduate university located at the heart of the UK's Cambridge-Milton Keynes-Oxford arc, our world-class programmes, unrivalled facilities, close links with business, industry and governments, and international outlook all combine to attract students and teaching staff from around the globe.
Did you know Cranfield has been providing teaching, research and consultancy in the area of agrifood for more than 50 years? Explore our expertise and teaching in water, energy and environment.
Cranfield has a distinctive approach to manufacturing research, education and training. We combine expertise in design, technology and management along with research into materials sciences together, all with a focus on manufacturing. Find our more about manufacturing, transport and aerospace at Cranfield.
Each year our students have had the chance to attend the Edie Sustainability Leaders Forum. The event features case studies, workshops and interactive discussions allowing participants to network and connect with other sustainability professionals to accelerate change. You can find out more on the Cranfield School of Management website.
Bursary advice for students who are considering applying to Cranfield University
Read Paula Gonzalez blog on her bursary experience and application process. Paula studied Thermal Power MSc, applied for the Fan Makers Bursary and was a successful recipient.
School of Management - Cranfield University amongst world's best in global subject rankings
The latest Research Excellence Framework (REF) results have rated 88% of Cranfield’s research as world-leading or internationally excellent. Business and Management increased its ranking for research impact, ranked 7th in the UK out of 108 institutions. Read the full press release here.
Please encourage ambitious students who are ready to tackle global business challenges with clarity and confidence to meet the key faculty that will be part of shaping their transformation here at Cranfield. The Cranfield full-time MBA is designed for them.
Protecting data – your help needed
It is important that we continue to work together to maintain the highest standards of protecting the personal data of our applicants.
Our students expect us to look after the information we collect and hold about them. As a valued agent of Cranfield, we want to make sure you are aware of data protection regulations which apply to you as you are collecting and sharing student data with us.
If data is stored or shared incorrectly, it could cause reputational damage, not only to Cranfield but potentially yourself, and result in financial penalties. That’s why we want to ask you to consider the following when collecting/sharing data with the University:
- Use Gecko Apps to collect data from potential students at events rather than spreadsheets or emails
- Do not share personal information if it doesn’t need to be shared – if you are requesting a commission payment, please ensure any student information in a spreadsheet is password protected
- Password protect any data containing personally identifiable information and send the password using a different method, such as providing it over the telephone, agreeing a password in advance or send a separate email.
- Only share the information with the agreed Cranfield contact and do not copy others in.
We continue to want to work closely with you to ensure that we all understand our responsibilities and protect the interests of our students. If you have any questions about processing personal data contact your Cranfield International Representative or email@example.com
Cranfield researcher wins prestigious national fellowship for project to tackle climate change
Dr Michelle Cain, Lecturer in Environmental Data Analytics in the Centre for Environmental and Agricultural Informatics, has been awarded funding by UK Research and Innovation’s (UKRI) flagship Future Leaders Fellowships programme which aims to address major global issues and commercialise innovation.
Cranfield Academic receives prestigious Jeong Hun Cho Award
Hyo-Sang Shin, Professor of Guidance, Navigation and Control at Cranfield University, has been named as the 18th recipient of the Jeong Hun Cho Award.
Cranfield celebrates partnership with Brazilian engineering institution, ITA
Cranfield University and the Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica (ITA), a higher education institution ranked as one of the top engineering schools in Brazil, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to foster closer collaboration in research and education.
Online Agent Portal
Our dedicated portal makes it easier for our approved agents to manage their students' applications. Within the portal you will be able to:
- Submit new applications.
- Manage submitted applications.
- Upload supporting documents.
- Track decisions.
- Accept offers on behalf of your applicants.
If you don't yet have access please contact us by email to enquire - firstname.lastname@example.org. Existing users of the portal with Manager level access can create and manage user accounts for their organisation.
Cranfield Student Immigration
Cranfield Student Immigration can offer support and guidance to international students who require a visa to study in the UK, as well as post-study visa support.
They are available to offer information, advice and guidance to Student visa students for post-study visa options, some of which are:
- Start-up visa and Innovator visa routes for those looking to start a business in the UK after their studies;
- Tier 2 - General Work visa for skilled jobs for anyone seeking employment with a company;
- Or, for students finishing a PhD, there’s the Tier 4 – Doctorate Extension Scheme visa which allows students to stay in the UK and search for work.
Cranfield careers advice
The Cranfield Careers Service is available to all current students and lifelong support is also offered to our alumni. Cranfield subscribes to Student Circus to ensure that our students are well prepared to secure a job in the UK. For example, after completing his MSc in Water and Wastewater Engineering in 2019, Kelvin Mutai successfully secured a place as a Graduate Civil Engineer at Mott MacDonald, Cambridgeshire - a global engineering, management and development consultancy. He described the support he received as “supportive, personalised and genuine.”
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