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The University of Perugia was founded in 1308. In that year, Pope Clement V issued a bull entitled Super specula, which granted the Stadium of the city the authority to engage in higher education. The bull made Perugia a Legere generaliser, giving its degree courses universal validity and recognition. Formal imperial recognition of the University was conveyed in 1355, when Emperor Charles I granted Perugia the permanent right to have a university and to award degrees to students from all nations. In the 14th century, the University offered degrees in two fields: Law and General Arts.
Today, research, education and consulting activities in the various disciplines are organized in 14 Departments, with about 25,000 students, 1,100 professors and researchers and 1,100 staff members. The University also offers study programs in some other Umbrian towns: Assisi, Foligno, Narni and Terni.
NCFE can trace their record of working with colleges and other training providers back to our founding organisation, the Northern Union of Mechanics’ Institutes (NUMI), established in 1848.
NCFE’s earliest incarnation held lofty ambitions. Its first report declared its intention to “become a centre from whence the elements of knowledge and civilisation shall go on with an unceasing progress, conferring intellectual, scientific and moral blessings throughout the length and breadth of the Northern Counties.”
From 1920, the Northern Counties Technical Examinations Council (NCTEC or ‘Northern Counties’ as it became affectionately known) supplanted NUMI and, was supported by nine Northern Local Education Authorities, provided examinations for technical colleges, schools and other centres for over sixty years until 1981.
When you come to Harvard, either to pursue an undergraduate liberal arts major from Harvard College or to join one of our 12 graduate and professional colleges, you become part of our legacy of impactful scholarship and cutting-edge research.
ATHE is a global awarding organisation regulated by Ofqual and the other UK and international regulators. We work with 250 recognised centres in over 50 countries to complement our strong brand presence in the UK.
ATHE offers an extensive portfolio of vocationally orientated and internationally recognised qualifications – such as business and management, law, computing, and healthcare, with many eligible for UK funding. We also have a flourished diverse range of regulated bespoke qualifications for clients through our qualification’s development service.
ATHE qualifications are approved as progression pathways to relevant Bachelor’s and Master’s Top-Up degrees by a growing number of UK and international Universities, providing significant tertiary education opportunities for our learners.