Here we will be starting a series of articles based on UK Universities rankings for a particular subject starting with top 10 Universities of UK for Business & Management Studies.
Recently Guardian came out with their annual list of top ranked UK universities [University League Table 2012] based on their previous year’s performances. The Guardian also declares another list featuring various core subjects and courses taught under them at several universities and colleges of UK.
You will get to know the top university or college of UK for your desired course or study programme. This will help you a lot while filling out your application and choosing a suitable college or university in UK for further education. One can swiftly compare their favorite UK University with the others present on the list.
We would start with top 50 UK universities of UK for Business & Management Studies! However, we will review only the top 10 UK universities and colleges here.
Top 10 Universities in UK for Business & Management Studies [Covers business studies, management studies, finance, accounting, marketing, human resource management and business and administrative studies]
|Name of institution||Guardian score /100|
|Note: Other providers that deliver courses in this subject area, but for whom there is insufficient data to calculate a ranking position, include Harper Adams UC, Cambridge, SOAS and UHI Source: Higher Education Statistics Agency (Hesa); National Student Survey; Intelligent Metrix Ltd|
Oxford University may have slid down to number 2 in the University League Table 2012 but when it comes to degree in Business & Management Studies, it stand on top with a Guardian score of 100! As a matter of fact, chances if you making your career 6 months after course completion are the highest with an impressive number of 86!
Right on Oxford University’s heels is Warwick University with overall score of 97.2, satisfaction score of 91% from course and 85% from teaching. Chances of making a great career after 6 months of completion of your course at Warwick is however 77 which is quite behind Oxford.
On number three is the City University with an overall score of 94.9 and career making chances after 6 months as 64. Universities on number 4, 5 and 6 i.e. St. Andrews [one of the oldest universities of UK], UCL and Bristol boast of a score with slight difference – 89.3, 88.3 and 87.2 respectively.
Bringing up the rear are University of Strathclyde at number 7, University of Bath at number 8, Loughborough University on number 9 and on number 10 resides Lancaster University. They all come with an overall score of 87.2, 85.3, 82.6 and 82.5. Career after 6 months for these universities however is not in accordance with their rankings. For Strathclyde its 65 while for Bath University it’s slightly higher at 79 followed by score of 73 for Loughborough and 84 [the highest amongst the last four for Lancaster University!
|12||London School of Economics||79.1|
|20||King’s College London||72.9|
|42||Trinity Saint David||60.4|
|44||Royal Agricultural College||59.9|