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University Of Sunderland
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The Sir Tom Cowie Campus at St Peter's is one of 2 sites of the University of Sunderland and has won numerous design awards and was recently named one of the top five campuses in the UK.

Located next to the River Wear it hosts the Faculty of Business, Law and Psychology as well as the impressive David Goldman Informatics Centre - an extraordinary building which has been described as a 'computing cathedral'. 

The Media Centre, is helping to put Sunderland at the forefront of UK teaching and research in media with cutting edge studios, edit suites and equipment and a 200-seat cinema.

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