Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021
This year’s Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide sees all of Henley Business School’s subject areas ranked in the UK top 30 – with two in the top 20 and one in the top five.
We are pleased to see our Real Estate and Planning subject Land and Property Management placed second in the UK in the overall ranking, with our other subjects positioned as follows:
- No.12 for Town and Country Planning and Landscape
- No.18 for Business Studies
- No.26 for Accounting and Finance
Our strong focus on employability and the dedication of our award-winning careers team in supporting our students’ development is reflected in our high rankings for graduate prospects. Our Land and Property Management tops the table in the UK with 100% of graduates in jobs or in further study after six months*. Our Business Studies and Accounting and Finance subjects are also ranked highly and are placed comfortably within the UK top 20 for graduate prospects.
Many of our faculty are internationally-renowned and widely published in their respective fields, as demonstrated by our UK top 20 positions for research quality across all subject areas.
The Times and Sunday Times ranking is based on data sourced from the NSS (National Students Survey), HESA (Higher Education Statistics Agency) and the Research Excellence Framework, providing a comprehensive guide to higher education in the UK.
Professor Peter Miskell, Head of Undergraduate Programmes at Henley Business School, said:
"We are pleased to see that our undergraduate programmes have once again performed strongly in the Times and Sunday Times rankings. Our focus on combining academic excellence with practical knowledge and professional development is reflected in our consistently high scores for both research quality and the graduate employment outcomes of our students."
Visit The Times website to view the full guide (access by subscription only).
*derived from the new Graduate Outcomes survey, published in June 2020.
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