University of Nottingham plummets down league tables
We placed 108th for student satisfaction, baby!!
The University of Nottingham has fallen six places to a humbling 26th place with an overall score of 75 per cent, in The Complete University Guide’s league table for 2022. Student satisfaction tumbled 16 spots to 108th.
Meanwhile, Nottingham Trent University has risen one place to snag the 45th spot on the League table with an overall score of 65 per cent.
The score is based on a range of factors, including but not limited to entry standards, student satisfaction, student-staff ratios, spending on academic services and graduate prospects.
To add insult upon injury, UoN also dropped out the world’s top 100, placing 103rd in QS World University Rankings. This continues the overall downward trend of the university’s world ranking over the last decade.
Whilst being 26th nationally and 103rd globally isn’t the end of the world, the burning question many UoN students may be asking themselves is, “How did it all go so South?”
Rest assured for all you budding millionaires, UoN’s graduate prospects are still fairly high at 84 per cent – earning it a respectable 10th place from The Complete University Guide’s rankings.
UoN had 11 courses which made it into the top 10 in their respective subject tables, including Veterinary Medicine, American Studies, Agriculture & Forestry, Russian & East European Languages, Physiotherapy and Manufacturing & Production Engineering, amongst others.