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Complete University Guide 2023

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All of Henley’s undergraduate subject areas have been ranked within the Top 25 in the UK in the Complete University Guide 2023.

Our Land and Property Management subjects, part of our Real Estate and Property department, have been ranked no.1 overall in the UK, having held the no.1 or no.2 position for the last 11 years. The courses were also ranked no.1 in the UK for graduate outcomes and no.1 for graduates being on track with their future plans.

Our Town and Country Planning and Landscape Design subjects placed within the UK Top 10 for the subject overall (no.8) and for graduate prospects on track (no.8), and within the UK Top 20 for student satisfaction (no.14).

Our Accounting and Finance courses proved popular with students’ satisfaction rising 31 places. The programmes placed within the Top 10 in the UK for graduate outcomes (no.6) and Top 25 in the UK for the subject overall (no.24).

Henley’s Business and Management Studies programmes also did well, rising nine places to rank within the Top 20 in the UK for subject overall. They were also ranked ninth in the UK for graduate outcomes, and Top 20 in the UK for graduate prospects on track.

Henley’s students report strong graduate outcomes, a measure of the success in employment or further study after completing their first degree. Three of our subjects placed in the Top 10 and one at no.12.

Dr Andrew Hull, Head of Undergraduate Programmes said:

“We have invested heavily in our undergraduate programmes in recent years with a focus on ‘bringing business to life’ and improving the employability of our students. It is tremendous to see the investment reflected in our strong position in the rankings with notable improvements in several areas. As we continue to develop our programmes, we look forward to further improvements in the near future.”

Published 17 June 2022
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