Lancaster highly rated in Complete University Guide 2013
Published 26 April 2012
Lancaster University is ranked ninth in the Complete University Guide 2013, published on 24 April 2012. The ranking places Lancaster in the top group, which is led by Cambridge, LSE, Oxford, Imperial College London, Durham, Warwick, St Andrews, and University College London.
The main rankings table is based on nine measures: Student Satisfaction, Research Assessment, Entry Standards, Student:Staff Ratio; Spending on Academic Services; Spending on Student Facilities; Good Honours degrees achieved; Graduate Prospects and Completion.
This is the latest is a series of high rankings for Lancaster University:
- Lancaster is currently ranked ninth in The Times Good University Guide 2012.
- The Guardian ranks Lancaster seventh out of 120 UK universities in its University Guide 2012
- In the most recent UK Government’s Assessment of Research in 2008, over 90 percent of the research at Lancaster was found to be world leading or internationally significant with some key areas of research ranked top in the UK.
Lancaster’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Mark E Smith said: “Lancaster University is consistently highly ranked in the UK league tables and is established as a world player in research and teaching, which is reflected in our rising global league-table position. Students who come to Lancaster can be confident of receiving a first-class education at an internationally diverse campus.”