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Henley subject areas rank highly in the Complete University Guide 2024

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This year’s Complete University Guide 2024 sees Henley’s subject areas ranked highly again.

Our Land and Property Management subject area, part of our Real Estate and Property department, retained its no.1 position overall for yet another year. And with 91% of graduates in employment or further study fifteen months after graduation, the programme also retained its no.1 position in the UK for graduate prospect outcomes – a measure of success in employability.

Henley’s Business and Management Studies subject area was ranked in the top 25 overall. It also ranked in the top 15 for Graduate Prospects Outcomes and up 38 places to the top 30 for Student Satisfaction – a measure of student views of the teaching quality at the university.

Our Accounting and Finance courses achieved a top 30 position overall, with a top 35 ranking for student satisfaction – up 14 places on the previous year.

One of the measures reviewed in the Complete University Guide is the quality of research undertaken at the university. Henley’s Land and Property subject area is in the UK no.1 position, and Accounting and Finance ranked in the top 30 at number 26.

Dr Andrew Hull, Head of Undergraduate Programmes, said: “We are delighted to see our undergraduate programmes continue to make progress within their subject areas, with some notable improvements this year. At Henley, all of our programmes have employability integrated within them, so it’s particularly rewarding to see the strong results in the Graduate prospects outcomes category.”

Published 21 June 2023
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