Sunday, 23 May 2010

Private university tops student satisfaction list

Britain's only private university comes top in three categories in a league table of UK higher education institutions published in The Independent today. - Analyzer

Buckingham University finishes first for student satisfaction in the Complete University Guide table, published in today's Education Supplement, and is also deemed to have the best staff to student ratio and career prospects for graduates. It is the first time the university, which has only 677 students, has been included in the rankings.
It takes 20th place in the 115-strong league table overall, finishing ahead of several of the universities in the elite Russell Group, which represents 20 of the country's leading higher education research institutions.


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