Geography is officially the poshest course in Nottingham

Clive Granger is very close to Cripps


New stats have revealed that Geography is the poshest course in Nottingham.

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The figures, obtained through a freedom of information request, showed that nearly a third of freshers from the School of Geography came from private schools.

Percentage of private school first years by department 2015/16:

  1. Geography – 32.3%
  2. Politics & International Relations – 30.7%
  3. Contemporary Chinese Studies – 26.8%
  4. Business School – 26.4%
  5. Humanities – 25.1%
  6. Civil Engineering – 22.7%
  7. Economics – 22.0%
  8. Pharmacy – 21.0%
  9. Mechanical, Materials & Manufacturing Engineering – 21.0%
  10. Culture, Languages & Area Studies – 19.2%
  11. Psychology – 17.2%
  12. Medicine – 17.2%
  13. Veterinary Medicine & Science – 15.8%
  14. English – 15.3%
  15. Biosciences – 14.5%
  16. Law – 14.1%
  17. Health Sciences – 13.8%
  18. Life Sciences – 12.9%
  19. Architecture & Built Environment – 12.4%
  20. Chemical & Environmental Engineering – 11.8%
  21. Chemistry – 11.6%
  22. Electronic & Electrical Engineering – 11.6%
  23. Sociology & Social Policy – 9.2%
  24. Physics & Astronomy – 8.8%
  25. Mathematical Sciences – 8.5%
  26. Computer Science – 6.9%

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Computer Science came bottom of the bunch with a feeble 6.9 per cent, probably because you don’t need to learn computer skills when you own a MacBook Pro.

Snobby departments Law and Medicine featured surprisingly low on the list, due to the fact that the school history of over half of their students was mysteriously unknown.

Last week it was revealed that Cripps was the poshest hall on campus, meaning Cripps Geographers will probably be ruling the country and shagging pigs in the next few years.