Great results in the Complete University Guide 2017
12 September 2016
The Complete University Guide 2017 league tables show great results for the UK universities we work with.
The Complete University Guide, compiled by Mayfield University Consultants, has been published annually since 2007. The ranking uses ten criteria including entry standards, graduate prospects and academic services spending. Using a statistical technique called the Z-transformation, the results are then weighted and summed to give each university a total score out of 1,000.
In the overall rankings, two of the institutions we work with feature in the top 10: Imperial College London retaining its position in 4th and Lancaster University retaining its position in 9th.
A further 10 universities we work with rank in the top 50:
9th - Lancaster University
11th - University of Surrey
16th - University of Leeds (jumping 3 spots from 19)
18th - University of Sussex (up from 21)
27th - The University of Sheffield
32nd - University of Leicester
37th - Royal Holloway University of London
46th - Keele University
48th - University of Strathclyde
49th - University of Lincoln (up from 51)
50th - Coventry University London Campus
Impressive subject rankings
Accounting and Finance rankings saw University of Strathclyde ranked 1st, Lancaster University in 9th and University of Surrey 19th.
Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering saw five universities we work with in the top 15 of programmes. The University of Surrey ranked 7th, University of Leeds in 8th, the University of Sheffield 12th, University of Strathclyde 13th, and University of Leicester in 14th.
Communication & Media Studies saw distinguished results with seven universities we work with listed in the top 20. Lancaster University ranked 3rd, following by the University of Sheffield in 4th. University of Surrey followed in 10th and University of Leicester in 13th. University of Sussex jumped 8 spots to rank in 13th, followed by University of Strathclyde in 17th and Keele University in 20th.
Marketing rankings saw five of the universities we work with listed in the top 10: Lancaster University (2nd), University of Leeds (3rd), Royal Holloway University of London (4th), University of Sussex (6th), and University of Strathclyde (9th).
Other notable improvements appeared in the rankings for Business & Management Studies for the University of Sheffield who jumped 13 spots to rank in 19th.
Other notable achievements
In rankings for Student Satisfaction, three of the top five universities have a relationship with Study Group: University of Surrey, Keele University, and Coventry University. In the category for Graduate Prospects ranking, Imperial College and University of Sussex rank in the top 10.
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