TP Transcription Limited and its sister site UniversityTranscriptions.co.uk are proud to announce that they have become a preferred supplier for the University of Cambridge, a top five university in the world rankings and the University of Leeds, the fifth largest university in the UK.
Anna Gresty, Managing Director of TP Transcription Limited, said,
“TP Transcription is delighted to be partnering with both universities. We have been working on research projects with students and staff for a number of years, but are now in a position to provide our transcription and translation services to anyone based at either university at an agreed set price. Now that we are on the internal purchasing systems the billing side becomes considerably more streamlined. As well as our work with universities such as UCL, University of Oxford and the University of Surrey, we are now preferred suppliers to almost every university in the UK, as well as most of the top 20 universities around the world. This is a tremendous achievement for my team, and I am extremely proud of them and the hard work they put in on a daily basis.”
To become a preferred supplier to the University of Leeds, TP Transcription Limited entered a procurement exercise and has joined a framework of approved transcription providers.
Key Facts about the University of Leeds
- Sir Keir Starmer and Jack Straw were students at the university.
- There are over 36,000 students at the University of Leeds, making it one of the largest universities in the UK.
- University of Leeds is a member of the Russell Group.
- The university is one of the original six ‘red brick’ universities.
Key Facts about the University of Cambridge
- The University of Cambridge is over 800 years old.
- University income is over £2 billion a year.
- There are 31 colleges and 150 academic departments.
- Sir Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Stephen Hawking and Stephen Fry are among many illustrious alumni.
If any staff or students at the University of Cambridge or the University of Leeds require transcription or translation services, please visit www.universitytranscriptions.co.uk or www.universitytranslations.co.uk or contact us.