De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) is a public university in the city of Leicester, England.
The university was originally founded as the Leicester School of Art in 1870, and evolved through many sttages, including the Leicester Colleges of Art and Technology and Leicester Polytechnic, later on Leicester Polytechnic became De Montfort University On 26 June 1992.
De Montfort University’s campus is located in an area of Leicester.
Leicester is one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the United Kingdom. It is also Britain's first environment city. Leicester continued to grow rapidly throughout the 20th century.
University offers accommodation for all international students, based on certain criteria. There are 13 halls of residence with 4,100 rooms. All halls are self-catered, giving students the full freedom to come and go at any time as they wish ,and furnished bedding pack including a duvet, pillow and bedsheets.
All accommodations are within easy walking distance to campus also very close to many attractions in Leicester many attractions.
In 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework, the UK Department of Education awarded the institution a Gold Rating, describing teaching as "consistently outstanding" and "of the highest quality found in the UK higher education sector.
The University was ranked 94th in the UK for the Guardian rankings of 2018,70th by The Complete University Guide for 2019, and, Times Higher Education (THE) ranked De Montfort University 50th in the world In 2019.
Excellence teaching and its relation to research are at the heart of the mission of De Montfort University (DMU)
DMU won 22 National Teaching Fellow Awards for Creative and Transformative Teaching, while Senior Lecturer Dr. Momodou Sallah was named the most creative teacher in the country at the 2015 Times Higher Education Awards.
The Faculty of Arts, Design and Humanities
The Faculty of Business and Law
The Faculty of Health and Life Sciences
The Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Media
Why De Montfort University? ( Advantages)
DMU was the "exceptional performer" for graduate employability in the Times Higher Education mock TEF assessment held in 2016, placed first among all UK universities in this category.
Campus Facilities & Great Location
DMU has invested heavily in the development of a beautiful campus mixing traditional and modern study spaces.
The core of the campus is the magnificent Vijay Patel Structure, which houses our subjects of art and architecture and the Riverside Cafe.
The Great Hall of Leicester Castle offers a historic learning environment for business students.
Green fields fill the campus and students can relax by the canal or in the Castle Gardens.
DMU has achieved Gold - the highest possible standard - in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).
Students can choose more than 170 graduate level courses accredited by professional bodies, which allows them to get waivers from professional qualifications .
DMU offers one year, full-time paid work placement for the majority of our courses, including all undergraduate courses and all postgraduate Engineering and Computing courses.
Supportive and friendly
International Student Support Team will provide students with support before, during and after their time at DMU. They also runs an international welcome week, free airport pick-ups, and a 'buddies' scheme which matches students with a current DMU student to help them settle in.
How to Reach?
East Midlands International Airport is less than half an hour away and Birmingham, Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton and Stansted airports are all within reach.
High-speed rail links connect Leicester to London and many other major cities, while bus and coach services provide valuable and reliable connections across Leicester and most parts of the United Kingdom. Park-and-ride services are also available throughout the area.
By car Leicester is just off the M1 and close to the A1, allowing easy access to the North and South. The M69 and M6 are also close by and offer access to Birmingham, Wales and the South West.
Gavin Bryars, composer
James Stevens Curl, architectural historian, architect and author
Simon Emmerson, composer
David Greenaway, economist
Chris Joseph, writer
Joanna Scanlan, actress
Stephen Thomas Knight
Nicholas J. Phillips
John Richards, musician
Dave Smith, composer
Sue Thomas, author
John Young, composer
English Language Requirement:
UG – 6.0 ,no modules less than 5.5.
Art and Design, Business, Computing and Engineering courses – 6.0
Law courses – 6.5
Humanities and Media courses – 6.0-6.5
Science courses – 6.5-7.5
PG – 6.5 ,no modules less than 5.5.
Business and Computing courses – 6.0
Art, Design and Engineering courses – 6.0-6.5
Humanities, Media, Law and Science courses – 6.5
The Requirements may Defer for some Programs.
Average Tuition Fee Per Year
Costs per year
Overall cost of living
Please note that fees will vary.
Always check the exact cost of the program and bear in mind likely additional expenses.