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St. Martin's College Biography

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“St Martin’s College was founded in 1964 by the Church of England as a College of Education to train teachers. Built on the Lancaster site of the redundant King’s Own Border Regiment, the College opened with 89 students…

St Martin’s continues to grow as a College in the University sector, offering degrees awarded by Lancaster University. Specialist undergraduate degrees, single and combined honours degrees and vocational courses in Teaching, Nursing, Health, Occupational Therapy, Radiography, Imaging Sciences, Community & Youth Studies, Psychology, Sport and Exercise Science, Outdoor Studies and Christian Ministry as well as a significant postgraduate programme. All academic departments are divided into three faculties – Education, Health and Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences.”

St. Martin’s College website, accessed Apr. 30, 2007


“In expression of our Christian foundation and vision the mission of St Martin’s College is:

  • To excel in providing specialised higher education in a supportive environment where all individuals can flourish
  • To welcome in their differing strengths students of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds for study on distinctive programmes informed by innovative scholarship and relevant research
  • To value the pursuit of social justice in a spirit of openness and trust, respecting the wealth of human and environmental diversity
  • To respond to the education needs of the urban and rural communities of Lancashire, Cumbria and the Borders amongst whom we live and work and those of the wider national and international community”

St. Martin’s College website, accessed Apr. 30, 2007

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