Liverpool drops three places in the Complete University Guide rankings

LJMU fell two places

The University of Liverpool has fallen three places in the Complete University Guide rankings going from 38th to 41st, while LJMU fell two places from 74th to 76th. Hope rose an impressive 25 places from 83rd to 58th. The title of 38th was taken by SOAS University of London followed by Stirling and Aberdeen.

The rankings which are released annually are based on 10 measurements: Entry standards, student satisfaction, research quality, research intensity, graduate prospects, student-staff ratio, spending on academic services, spending on facilities, good honours achieved, and degree completion.

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Liverpool made it into the top 10 for Celtic studies, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Veterinary Medicine.

Student satisfaction was rated 4.07/5.00 as well as degree completion being rated 90.5/100.

You can see the whole list and find out where everyone else is in the rankings here.