Lincoln is now one of the top 50 universities in the UK
Onwards and upwards
The University of Lincoln is now ranked 49th in the League Tables, moving up two places since last year.
The information, released by the complete University Guide, showed student satisfaction to be 4.09 out of 5.00 and our graduation prospects as 70.05 out of 100.0.
Our overall score came out at 688 out of 1000 – comprising entry standards, student satisfaction, research assessment and more.
We were just beaten by Strathclyde and Harper Adams but overtook the likes of Conventry, Goldsmiths and Brunel.
Top of the table are Oxford and Cambridge, whereas London Metropolitan and East London sit at the bottom.
Students expressed their happiness on Lincoln’s success: Katie Marshall, second-year artist said: “It’s great to be able to say I’m attending a uni that’s in the top 50. It’s improved so much since I started and I think it will get better and better.”
Jack Poulter, third-year History student added: “Everyone used to slate Lincoln but it’s really building a good reputation for itself.”