Liverpool Hope overtakes Liverpool in the Guardian University league tables
Liverpool fell eight places
The University of Liverpool has fallen eight places in the Guardian’s University league tables 2018, falling from 59th to 67th. Liverpool Hope overtook rising 23 places from 79th to 56th, whilst LJMU rose four places going from 84th to 80th. Liverpool’s previous title of 59th was taken by University of the Arts London, followed by Huddersfield and Bournemouth.
The rankings which are released annually are based on eight measurements: Course satisfaction, teaching satisfaction, satisfaction with feedback, student-staff ratio, expenditure on students, average entry requirements, value added score/10, and probability of a graduate finding a graduate-level job after 6 months.
Student satisfaction with course for University of Liverpool was rated 89.5/100 and teaching satisfaction was rated 89.3/100.
You can see the whole list and find out where everyone else is in the rankings here.