Elizabeth School of London is a Higher Education (HE) provider committed to offering relevant, high-quality programmes in seven campuses across six cities in the UK located in London, Birmingham, Leeds, Leicester, Manchester and Northampton.
It is the mission of the Elizabeth School of London (ESL) to deliver a quality educational experience to students from diverse backgrounds who have academic competence, potential, and personal motivation for success. Collaborating with universities across the UK and beyond, ESL specialises in offering education to students from non-traditional backgrounds, recognising the transformative impact of education in providing opportunities for personal and professional growth.
To achieve our Mission, ESL will develop a culture that values:
Embracing the inherent value of our diverse community of staff and students, fostering respect for every individual, irrespective of their background.
Committing to align our actions with the institution's Mission, Values, and Strategic Aims while upholding the personal integrity of all staff members.
Cultivating a supportive community among our staff and students, united by shared educational and personal development objectives.
Endeavour to achieve excellence by continuous evaluation of our progress in fulfilling our Mission, Values, and Strategic Aims, as well as maintaining the quality of our educational offerings.
Pioneering an approach that is both innovative and research-informed in delivering programs to our diverse student body.
Safeguarding freedom of thought and expression, promoting academic debate, embracing alternative viewpoints, and acknowledging the unique aspirations and needs of our students.
To achieve our Mission, ESL aims to:
Our board of governors is comprised of experienced specialists with significant knowledge across a broad range of sectors. The board provides a dynamic perspective on the strategic direction and governance of Elizabeth School of London, as well as crucially providing advice to the senior leadership team, ensuring the quality of provision for the benefit of students and partners. More info