General

Primary and Secondary Education

Adult Education Instutions

Educational Theorists

Public Schools

Independent boarding schools

Universities and other institutions of higher learning

When England had only two universities, Germany had about fifty, intended to train clerics and admninistrators. . . . Instead of passively acquiring established knowledge, students were expected to learn how to do original research, helped by the new institution of the research seminar. These innovations have fed slowly into British universities, where Mark Pattison was almost alone in advocating reseearch in nineteenth-century Oxford. — Ritchie Robertson, Times Literary Supplement (1 October 2010): 7

Cambridge University

Oxford University

University of London

Universities outside London, Oxford, and Cambridge

Royal Military Academy at Woolwich

Material needed for the following institutions

Scottish universities (Edinburgh, Glasgow, and St. Andrews)

Bibiography

Archival resources


Victorianism Overview Victorian Social History

Last modified 12 May 2013