Nottingham rises six places in Guardian rankings

But we just missed out on the top 20

Nottingham has risen in the rankings again, with the Guardian placing us outside the top 20.

The lefty paper ranked us 22nd, which is six places up for last year’s dismal 28th.

Over 81 per cent of Nottingham students went into a career just six months after the finished uni.

We also came third for geography and environmental studies, sports science, second for forensic science and archaeology and first for English in the country. The rankings also revealed 22 per cent of Nottingham went to private school.

We achieved an overall score of 71, with just under 88 per cent of students saying they were satisfied with their course and 89 per cent being satisfied with their teaching. But, only 71 per cent were satisfied with their feedback.

We came 10th in the country for our business and marketing school, and a huge third for our veterinary science school and second for agriculture – big up Sutton Bonnington wherever you are.

In good news, Trent dropped outside the top 50, and we beat Manchester, Bristol and Newcastle.