St George's is part of the University of London. The university collaborates with partner institutions throughout Asia and in Switzerland. My consultant improved my chances of getting into a top university. The University of Exeter, 12th in the UK university ranking, places second overall in the South West, ranking highly in most of the measures.
Nationally, the university rises five places to 36th. Many courses include the opportunity for a year's industrial placement, and study abroad options include China.
UG degree programmes include core, compulsory and optional modules, to promote flexibility and specialisms. Some degrees offer industrial placements, internships, and opportunities for study abroad. Swansea continues to move up the main table with a rise of five places to 39th for , placing it firmly within the top 50 UK universities. With an overall second place ranking in Wales, the university is within the top five across all measures in the regional Welsh table, taking top position for Graduate Prospects.
Offering a wide range of joint honours, many courses include a year in industry or work placement option, and the opportunity to study abroad. Strathclyde rises five places to enter the top 40 UK universities in the tables, taking fifth place for Entry Standards.
The university ranks seventh in Scotland, taking first for Research Intensity, and second for Entry Standards. Strathclyde was founded in and is located in Glasgow's city centre. Stirling ranks joint 40th in the overall University League Table and eighth in Scotland, where it takes third place for Facilities Spend. Located in central Scotland, on a campus with loch and 18th-century castle, more than one-third of students graduate with a combined degree.
Study abroad is available in conjunction with over 70 overseas universities and is known for its great sports facilities. The university takes overall fourth place in the regional East Midlands tables.
All courses at Nottingham Trent include a work experience opportunity. Overseas opportunities include work, study and volunteering. Flexible courses include a number of degree apprenticeships.
The University of Lincoln ranks overall fifth in the regional East Midlands university table and rises seven to 43rd in the UK-wide league tables.
The university is located on a city-centre campus based around Brayford Pool in the centre of Lincoln. All students are encouraged to engage in research projects, and many courses offer optional modules in years two and three.
Kent offers fully modular degree programmes, providing you with the opportunity to study a wide range of subject areas on a range of degree pathways including joint degrees, and major-minor degree subject options.
The university provides free modern language tuition to all eligible first-year students. Aston was one of the first UK universities to offer placement years and continues this tradition today with over half of the students taking a professional placement year. It ranks overall sixth in the regional table of London universities, taking fourth place for Student-Staff Ratio.
At SOAS you can have a choice of over UG degree combinations and can select electives as part of a single honours, or combined degree. Coventry may have dropped four places in this year's league table but it ranks second in the West Midlands for Graduate Prospects and third for Student Satisfaction.
The university can be traced back to when it was the Coventry School of Design, and after many college additions and name changes, it became Coventry University in All students are encouraged to learn a foreign language and to study abroad during their course. Located in Shropshire, the university ranks fifth in the regional West Midlands table. Arts University Bournemouth has gone up 12 places from last year, entering the top 50 for the first time. Brunel University ranks in 50th place in this year's main University League Table.
It is located on a single campus in Uxbridge, west London, just 45 minutes from the capital's centre. At Brunel you are encouraged to take work experience through either a one-year block, or two blocks of six months. Some subjects offer a common first year, allowing you to specialise in later years. Credits through work placement and full- and part-year study abroad are offered on many courses. St George's is part of the University of London.
Specialising in medical and health sciences, the university runs the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education in conjunction with Kingston University. Liverpool Hope University rises six places to 53rd in the UK university rankings , ranking fifth nationally for Facilities Spend. In the regional North West league table, the university ranks overall fourth, taking top position for Student Satisfaction and Facilities Spend.
Liverpool Hope offers a wide range of combined degrees. In your final year you'll attend research-led seminars and undertake a dissertation or advanced research project. Keele you can enjoy a self-contained campus and the opportunity to join a food growing scheme, or take care of an allotment. Most courses offer opportunities for study abroad. University for the Creative Arts has featured in the top half of the national university rankings since the tables. UCA's specialist focus covers the creative arts from animation, coding and games, fashion, film and fine art, to marketing, media and music and much more.
Industrial placements, workplace projects and internships are a key part of many courses. A wide range of study abroad options include opportunities for a summer, semester or entire year studying overseas.
MMU is one of the UK's largest universities with more than 38, students. Both single and combined degrees are on offer via full- and part-time study, and the range of four-year degree programmes includes sandwich year placements, and study abroad opportunities. The West of England, Bristol offers over different courses across its four campuses. Many of the degree programmes offer a sandwich year, or industrial placement, and every student has the opportunity for study abroad.
The university ranks fourth within the North West table for Degree Completion. All students are encouraged to undertake professional work experience; many full-time UG degrees include an optional paid placement year.
At 61st place in the main table, the University of Bradford ranks fifth in the Yorkshire and the Humber region. Most undergraduate courses at Bradford offer a study abroad option or industry placement. Located in west Yorkshire, the university celebrated its 50th anniversary in Bangor University has risen three places in the overall university ranking table, taking eighth place nationally for Student Satisfaction. Located on the coast of north Wales, between Snowdonia and the sea, the university is well situated if you're interested in sport, particularly outdoor activities.
Goldsmiths, part of the University of London, places 62nd in the UK University League Tables, and overall ninth in the regional London rankings, taking third place for Research Intensity. The university has strong industry links with the creative and cultural sectors.
Many degree courses offer integrated work placements. Norwich University of the Arts rises 20 places in the UK University League Table rankings, the second largest rise in the main tables this year. The university ranks fourth in the regional East of England tables, taking first place for Student Satisfaction.
Norwich is a specialist arts, design, architecture and media provider, established in the East of England since You can take between three months and one year of your course in Europe, as part of the Erasmus programme. Most courses include units of self-managed learning, allowing you to concentrate on your areas of interest. Located on the west Welsh coast, Aberystwyth University is the oldest university in Wales having been founded in Since its establishment, Aberystwyth has pioneered the teaching of several subjects, being the first UK university to offer degrees in a number of subjects including Welsh and Geography.
At Oxford you'll have the opportunity to study or undertake work experience abroad, together with work placements within the UK. Many study programmes may be studied part-time, and some have a January or April start. City ranks at 66th place in this year's league table. Almost all degree courses at City offer work or clinical placements, and overseas study. The university can be traced back to where the Inns of Court School of Law was founded; nowadays it is called the City Law School.
Bournemouth University is the South West's fourth best university for the Good Honours measure and the fifth biggest spender for Student Facilities. Many full-time degree programmes include an optional work placement year. The university supports flexible study patterns.
With full- and part-time study options, many of De Montfort's courses include a paid placement year or an Erasmus European study exchange. De Montfort rises 12 places in this year's Main Table making it the biggest climber in the East Midlands, and it also ranks third for Graduate Prospects in the region. The university is increasing study abroad opportunities, and study programmes allow you to follow your particular areas of interest.
A career mentoring scheme can match you with a Roehampton graduate or friend of the university to help increase your graduate employability. Based on a acre campus in Lancashire, sandwich placements and study abroad are offered in the majority of degree programmes, many of which can be studied part-time on a modular basis. Ulster University is the largest university on the island of Ireland, and one of the largest in the UK, with over 25, students. Its four campuses are located in Northern Ireland.
Many courses offer the option of a year-long industrial placement, or study abroad. Staffordshire University has risen a huge 32 places in the tables. At Staffordshire you are guaranteed work experience, and the university offers two-year accelerated degrees. It has also placed considerable investment in its Centres of Excellence in Healthcare Education.
Founded in , the university is situated on a purpose-built, single-site campus on the east side of Edinburgh. Queen Margaret has recognised expertise in areas including health and rehabilitation, and sustainable business. Its niche is that it only offers two-year degrees, with four semesters a year, and 13 weeks of holiday. Start dates are in January, July and September, and the university is based just outside of Milton Keynes, which is just over half an hour by train from London.
Work placements, student entrepreneurship and links with professional bodies are all promoted within the university. In your first year you are able to work across disciplines, working collaboratively and broadening their skills base. Single and joint honours are available with many programmes offering placements and work-based learning. Salford rises 19 places in the University League Tables, ranking eighth in the regional North West ranking table, where it takes fourth place for Facilities Spend.
Many of its courses offer live work briefs, internships and placements. No ranking change for the University of West London in the league tables after claiming the largest rise of 27 places last year. Nationally the university ranks fourth for Facilities Spend, whilst taking first place for Student Satisfaction and Facilities Spend in the regional London rankings. Some degree programmes have a January start dates, and there is a range of flexible modular programmes.
As a student at West London, you are guaranteed a work placement opportunity. Leeds Arts University makes its first appearance in the UK University League Tables in at 81st place, having gained university status in Ranking fourth overall for Student Satisfaction, Leeds Arts traces its history back to the formation of Leeds Mechanics' Institute in Overall seventh in the regional ranking for Yorkshire and the Humber, the university takes first place for Student Satisfaction and Student-Staff Ratio.
Study abroad is offered to students via the Erasmus exchange programme. Westminster has climbed 13 places to 82 in the most recent tables.
You can choose to study abroad as part of your course via exchange arrangements with a large number of international exchange partners. Work placements are part of some degree programmes. Although ranking tenth in the regional Scottish university table, Robert Gordon University takes fifth place for Student Satisfaction and Graduate Prospects north of the border.
The university is located in Aberdeen, on Scotland's north east coast, and is popular with outdoor enthusiasts. All courses combine compulsory and optional modules, allowing you to tailor your course to your interests. University of the Arts takes sixth place for Research Quality in the regional London table. The university specialises in art, design, fashion, communication and the performing arts.
You'll have the opportunity to spend part of your course studying abroad, and many courses also offer work placements and traineeships. Glasgow Caledonian University focuses on the internationalisation of the student experience, either through study abroad, student exchanges or projects with an international focus. The University of Chichester is at 86th place in the main league table and has the second highest score for Student Satisfaction amongst all universities in the South East region.
Almost one-third of Chichester's students study for their degree part-time, and many courses are offered as combined programmes, offering flexibility and in-depth study into two separate disciplines. The University of Hertfordshire has its own observatory, originally built in and today offering students some of the latest technology.
The university places third for Graduate Prospects and Facilities Spend in the regional East of England university ranking tables. Hertfordshire offers its students extensive study abroad, industrial and work placement opportunities, via blended learning and traditional full-time courses.
Gloucestershire's roots lie in teacher training, where it still excels. The heritage and culture of Wales reach back over thousands of years-when poetry and music, art and craft, dance and story-telling all played an essential role.
While Northern Ireland is a country just 85 miles long and 70 miles wide, you'll find a surprisingly wide variety of scenery-majestic mountains, orchards and farmland, lakeland, forests, ancient walled cities and spectacular coastline, including the legendary Giant's Causeway.
Belfast, the capital city, offers museums and history, grand Victorian and Edwardian buildings, gardens, shopping and, of course, great nightlife. Added to the rich cultural inheritance, you'll find castles and cathedrals, linen and lace, crystal and china, and some of the best golf courses in the world. No schools in the UK are currently listed. Meanwhile, check out the online section.
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