The universities we work with feature highly in Complete University Guide 2016
06 May 2015
The results of the Complete University Guide 2016 reveal high rankings for the universities we work with, with two listed inside the top 10.
University of Surrey and Lancaster University are 8th and 9th respectively.
Showing a significant rise, Liverpool John Moores University is up 14 places from last year and University of Sussex has moved up an impressive 17 places.
In addition to Surrey and Lancaster, those included in the top 30 include: University of Leeds, University of Leicester and University of Sheffield.
The Complete University Guide also ranks universities by subject.
Three of the universities we work with rank highly for Business and Management Studies. They include Lancaster, University of Strathclyde and University of Leeds.
University of Sussex is back in the top 30 for Business and Management Studies and University of Lincoln and University of Huddersfield have also seen a rise.
Sheffield ranks in the top 10 for Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering, plus is in the top 20 for Computer Science.
Also in the top 20 for Computer Science are Strathclyde, Leeds and Surrey.
Other subject highlights include:
- University of Leeds – Marketing (1st), Mechanical Engineering (6th) and Computer Science (19th)
- Lancaster University – Marketing (2nd) and General Engineering (9th)
- University of Strathclyde – Accounting and Finance (1st), Marketing (3rd), Mechanical Engineering (8th), Computer Science (7th) and General Engineering (14th)
- University of Surrey – Civil Engineering (8th), Computer Science (20th), General Engineering (11th)
- Royal Holloway, University of London ranks 7th for Marketing (+3 places)
- University of Leicester, University of Lincoln and University of Sussex rank in the top 20 for General Engineering
We would like to congratulate these institutions on featuring in the Complete University Guide 2016.
Read the full results here: http://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/league-tables/rankings
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