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Queen's scores highly in new rankings

5/07/2017


Queen’s has once scored highly in the latest round of national and international league tables including a No 1 in the UK for one of the University’s courses.

Criminology, in the School of SSESW, was voted No 1 in the Guardian University Guide 2018. In the same guide, Pharmacy and Pharmacology came No 2 in the UK, with Anthropology coming in at No 3. Altogether, 10 Queen’s courses were listed in the UK Top 10 by the Guardian, with a further 11 Queen’s subjects falling into the Top 20.

The University was ranked 10th in the UK for students’ satisfaction with their course and 13th in the UK for student satisfaction with teaching, in the same Guardian list.

Pharmacy and Pharmacology also ranked highly in the 2018 Complete University Guide, sharing 4th position with Agriculture and Forestry at Queen’s. Creative Writing came 5th in the UK in the latest Complete University Guide with a further six subjects making the Top 10.

And according to the 2018 QS World University Rankings, Queen’s is listed at No 202 in the world.

The latest league tables maintain Queen’s position as a leading, Russell Group university, in a strong position to attract national and international admissions for the coming academic year. All eyes will now be on the annual Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide for 2018, considered an influential rankings along with the above. It is due to be published in September.

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