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Guardian University Guide 2021

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The strength of Henley Business School’s graduate prospects is highlighted in this year’s Guardian University Guide, with all our undergraduate subject areas ranked in the UK top 20 and one topping the table for this measure.

Our graduate prospects positions are:

  • -No.1 for Building and Town and Country Planning
  • -No.5 for Business, Management & Marketing
  • -No. 14 for Accounting & Finance

An indicator of employability, graduate prospects is based on the percentage of graduates who find graduate-level jobs, or are in further study at professional or higher education level, within 15 months of graduation.

In the overall rankings by subject area we are pleased to see Building and Town and Country Planning ranked no.12 overall in the UK, with all our subject areas ranked in the UK top 35 (no.31 for Accounting and Finance and no.32 for Business, Management & Marketing).

Professor Peter Miskell, Head of Undergraduate Programmes at Henley Business School, said:

"We are pleased to see that our programmes remain healthily positioned in the Guardian University Guide. This is the first league table to be published which makes use of data from the new Graduate Outcomes survey, and so it is encouraging to see such strong performance on this measure. As a Business School we put career development at the heart of our programme design, and these latest rankings provide further evidence that our approach is working."

View the full Guardian University Guide 2021.

Published 8 September 2020
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