Programmes rank highly in Good University Guide
28 September 2016
Henley’s undergraduate subjects are ranked in the top 25 out of 128 UK institutions - as high as number 2 in one subject.
Henley programmes rank highly in this year's 'Good University Guide'
Henley’s undergraduate subjects are ranked in the top 25 out of 128 UK institutions - as high as number 2 in one subject. Key criteria used to calculate the rankings include graduate prospects, student experience, teaching and research quality.
Both Henley Business School and the University of Reading enjoyed good and improving results in the 2017 Good University Guide published by the Sunday Times and The Times, with Henley highlights as follows:
Real Estate and Planning
Land and Property Management
The outstanding result sees this subject placed at number 2 in the UK for the fourth year running.
Town & country planning and landscape
Research quality and student experience measures scored well and the subject occupies an overall top 10 position.
Accounting and Finance
This subject has been in the UK’s top 20 for four years in a row, and is also positioned at number 20 for graduate career prospects.
Four years of continued improvement with an outstanding improvement in graduate prospects and consistently strong research quality – both now in the UK top 20.
University of Reading
Henley is proud to be part of the University of Reading, which for the third year running improved its overall position, now placed in the top 25% of all UK universities.
Dr Carol Padgett, Head of Undergraduate Programmes commented:
"Rankings matter to students, so we are happy to be in the top 25 in each of our subject areas. That said, all rankings are essentially averages of previous experience, what should matter to our current and potential students is what they can achieve in future with our support. We have plans for continued improvement, and hope our students share that vision of future success."
Open day visits
Prospective students are invited to visit our campus (voted the best university green space in the UK) during our next Open Days on Saturday 1 and Saturday 8 October 2016. Academic staff and students will be on hand to answer questions and a series of talks will help you decide which course might suit you best.