Glasgow Uni has officially been ranked higher than Edinburgh by The Guardian
They are seven places ahead of Edinburgh
The Guardian published their University League Table today and Glasgow have smashed it, moving up the table from 26th place to 23rd.
Glasgow's student satisfaction ratings in terms of the quality of teaching, courses and feedback are all through the roof, having received a healthy average of 82 per cent.
This student satisfaction ranking dupes Edinburgh's, who received a measly 73 per cent average for student satisfaction.
As well as this, the graduate employment prospects for those leaving the university appear extremely promising. An impressive 82 per cent of Glasgow's grads are said to find work within their first six months of graduating.
Some of these stats are on par with some of the universities that find themselves ranked within in the top ten on the league table, so Glasgow should be very happy with themselves.
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