UK Universities Guardian Ranking 2017

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UK Universities Guardian Ranking 2017

Guardian Ranking Tables 2017 are released now. Every year Guardian publishes the Guardian University Guide, which provides an overall ranking of universities in the UK along with rankings for each specific subject.  These tables are complied by Intelligent Matrix, an independent consultancy, which specializes in calculating performance of higher education institutions. The official data is collected from Higher Education Statistics Agency and National Student Survey. And finally, Hefce publishes the ranking table. 

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Why use Guardian University league tables?

Guardian League tables calculates ranking on the basis of different aspects of university life, which matters most to the students. In other words, the Guardian League tables focuses on issues that matter most to the students. 

This the Guardian League table for 2017:

Rank 2016

Rank 2017

Institution

1

1

Cambridge

2

2

Oxford

3

3

St. Andrews

4

4

Surrey

11

4

Loughborough

6

6

Durham

8

7

Imperial College

10

8

Lancaster

6

9

Warwick

5

10

Bath

9

11

Exeter

13

12

London School of Economics

17

13

Birmingham

12

14

UCL

15

15

Coventry

23

16

Leeds

14

16

Southampton

37

18

City

22

19

York

19

20

Sussex

31

21

Falmouth

20

22

Edinburgh

16

23

Kent

20

24

UEA

28

25

Nottingham

24

26

Glasgow

18

27

Heriot-Watt

38

28

Dundee

33

29

Aston

26

30

SOAS

29

31

Manchester

25

32

Reading

27

33

Cardiff

38

34

Queen Mary

42

34

Keele

41

36

Aberdeen

29

37

Newcastle

35

38

Bristol

52

39

Swansea

n/a

39

University of Creative Arts

42

41

Sheffield

36

42

King’s College London

49

43

Portsmouth

46

44

Robert Gordon

40

45

Royal Holloway

50

46

Goldsmiths

32

47

Leicester

45

48

Queen’s Belfast

73

48

Derby

68

50

Northumbria

33

51

Strathclyde

72

52

Bradford

51

53

Nottingham Trent

44

53

University of Arts London

57

55

Bangor

54

56

Lincoln

48

57

Oxford Brookes

65

58

Stirling

59

59

Liverpool

77

60

Manchester Met

65

61

De Montfort

47

62

Essex

75

63

Winchester

69

64

Edge Hill

69

65

Chester

61

66

Bath Spa

88

66

Anglia Ruskin

79

68

UWE Bristol

83

69

Stafforshire

64

70

Edinburgh Naiper

54

71

Hull

54

72

Gloucestershire

61

73

Northampton

81

74

Middlesex

71

75

Chichester

87

76

Plymouth

53

77

Brunel

59

77

Huddersfield

82

79

Ulster

63

79

Bournemouth

104

79

Liverpool Hope

109

79

Sunderland

90

83

Salford

58

84

Liverpool John Moores

93

85

Abertay Dundee

74

86

Sheffield Hallam

85

87

Central Lancashire

84

88

Leeds Trinity

97

88

Kingston

78

90

Roehampton

67

91

Brighton

95

91

Cardiff Met

105

93

Bolton

79

94

Hertfordshire

108

95

Worcester

94

96

West London

99

97

University Campus Suffolk

92

98

Greenwich

89

99

Glasgow Caledonian

114

100

Southampton Solent

76

101

Queen Margaret

91

102

Teeside

115

103

West of Scotland

107

104

York St. John

86

105

Birmingham City

100

106

St. Mary’s Twickenham

111

107

London South Bank

110

108

Aberystwyth

101

109

Canterbury Christ Church

112

110

Newman

113

111

South Wales

101

112

Westminster

98

113

Bedfordshire

116

114

Leeds Beckett

106

115

East London

119

116

Bucks New University

96

117

Cumbria

118

118

London Met

103

119

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11 columns in Guardian Ranking table are:

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1.     Guardian ranking of the University: for the current and previous year.

2.     Name of the University.

3.     Score awarded to the university, out of 100, after assessing all other factors.

4.     Percentage of course satisfaction amongst final year students (usually based on NSS survey).

5.     Percentage of satisfaction amongst final year students with the teaching quality.

6.     Percentage of final-year students satisfied with the feedback and assessments received from their respective lecturers (NSS based)

7.     The number of teachers per number of students: staff and students ratio

8.     Amount of money spent on each student (generally based on NSS survey)

9.     The average of typical UCAS scores, of students currently studying in a department.

10. A comparison between students individual’s degree results with their entry qualifications, to comprehend the effectiveness of teaching. The lowest score given is 0 and the highest being 10.

11. Finally, the career score i.e. percentage of graduates, who either are working within six months of graduation or are pursuing further studies.

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