Top ten positions in Guardian University Guide

24 May 2016

Top ten positions in Guardian University Guide

The Guardian University Guide 2017 again delivered strong results for Henley, with improvements in all three subject areas ranked and two subjects taking top ten positions.

The Guardian University Guide 2017 again delivered strong results for Henley, with improvements in all three subject areas ranked and two subjects taking top ten positions.

 

Real Estate and Planning at Henley continues to be recognised for its high quality programmes: the Building and Town and Country Planning subject area moved up to number 1 in the UK for graduate career prospects and achieved an overall number 3 position.

Accounting & Finance holds a top 10 place overall and is in the top 20 for student satisfaction – the measures being satisfaction with course, teaching and feedback. This is a resounding statement by our students, helping to place Henley at number 9 in the UK.

Business, Management and Marketing also performed well in terms of student satisfaction, improving in all three measures, and is placed number 21 overall against the best universities in the UK.

Dr Carol Padgett, Head of Undergraduate Programmes commented:

"It is always encouraging to know that our students are happy with what we offer them both inside and outside the classroom. We strive to make the Henley experience rewarding during the programme and afterwards in the workplace. These rankings are just one indicator that together our staff and students are achieving that aim." 

Henley is part of the top 1% world ranked University of Reading, which is placed 32 overall against all UK universities in this latest guide.

Further information about this ranking is available on the Guardian University Guide webpage


The Guardian University Guide 2017 (published 23 May 2016) is a highly respected, independent ranking of UK universities that rates subjects according to criteria including student satisfaction and graduate prospects as well as entry standards, student/staff ratio, value added score, and spend per student.
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