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1st place in the Good University Guide 2016

last modified Sep 23, 2015 02:10 PM
We are proud to note that in the University Subject Tables 2016 (Pharmacology and Pharmacy) the University of Cambridge has taken the 1st place (an overall score of 100%)...

 

Sunday, 20 September 2015, saw the publication of the new edition of The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016. Now in its 18th year, the Good University Guide has established itself as the definitive guide for prospective students and their parents.

The Guide contains up-to-date profiles of 130 British universities ranked on the key information that students need in making their university choices: student satisfaction, entry standards, graduate job prospects, research quality, the proportion of students getting high-class degrees, completion rates, university spend on facilities and services and the student/staff ratio. The Guide also identifies several Universities of the Year - nominations for the class-leading institutions that include an overall winner, plus Universities of the Year for teaching quality, student experience, graduate employment, student retention and sport.

We are proud to note that in the University Subject Tables 2016 (Pharmacology and Pharmacy) the University of Cambridge has taken the 1st place (an overall score of 100%), with teaching quality ranked 86.0%, student experience – 86.3% and graduate prospects – 87.4%. Further details can be found at www.thesundaytimes.co.uk.

 

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