A service to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the University of Cumbria is being held at Carlisle Cathedral today.
More than 32,000 students based in Carlisle, Ambleside and Lancaster have graduated since the university formed in 2007.
More than 1,500 students have arrived at the University of Cumbria during Freshers' Week. If you're one of the 1,500 students adjusting to student life this freshers week - here's a little survival guide from second-year student and freshers mentor, Laura:
Princess Anne has arrived at the the University of Cumbria to celebrate it's tenth anniversary. Her Royal Highness will officially open the university's new STEM teaching facility:
The royal tour then heads into the Borders, where the princess will open a biomass glasshouse in Hawick and a textile factory in Selkirk.
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Thousands of students from the University of Cumbria graduated this week, Tuesday 18 July to Thursday 20 July, in ceremonies at the Carlisle Cathedral.
1,800 people graduated from courses including psychology, education and even policing.
Since it was started in 2007, 32,500 students have graduated from the university, after 600,000 lectures being delivered, and 1,700,000 books being borrowed, returned and re-shelved. 300 business start-ups have also been helped by university schemes and staff to get off the ground.
Find out more interesting facts by watching the video below:
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