The Complete University Guide

Table: Regional ranking


Col. 1, Regional rank;

Col. 2, University;

Col. 3 National Rank

East Midlands
1 Leicester 12
2 Loughborough 13
3 Nottingham 16
4 Nottingham Trent 52
5 De Montfort 64
6 Northampton 93
7 Lincoln 99
8 Derby 103


East of England
1 Cambridge 2
2 Essex 25
3 East Anglia 33
4 Hertfordshire 54
5 Bedfordshire 85
6 Anglia Ruskin 109


London
1 Imperial College 3
2 London School of Economics 3
3 University College London 8
4 SOAS 9
5 King’s College London 15
6 Brunel 41
7 Queen Mary 43
8 Goldsmiths College 44
9 City 46
10 University of the Arts, London 56
11 Roehampton 77
12 Middlesex 82
13 Kingston 89
14 Westminster 92
15 East London 105
16 Thames Valley 110
17 Greenwich 111
18 London South Bank 113


North East
1 Durham 6
2 Newcastle 27
3 Northumbria 73
4 Sunderland 79
5 Teesside 102
North West
1 Lancaster 10
2 Manchester 27
3 Liverpool 42
4 Central Lancashire 63
5 Salford 71
6 Manchester Metropolitan 88
7 Chester 90
8 Liverpool John Moores 100
9 Cumbria 104
10 Edge Hill 107
11 Bolton 112


Northern Ireland
1 Queen’s, Belfast 34
2 Ulster 51
Scotland
1 St Andrews 7
2 Glasgow 16
3 Edinburgh 21
4 Strathclyde 31
5 Stirling 35
6 Aberdeen 39
7 Heriot-Watt 49
8 Dundee 52
9 Robert Gordon 61
10 West of Scotland 62
11 Abertay Dundee 68
12 Queen Margaret 75
13 Napier 77
14 Glasgow Caledonian 96


South East
1 Oxford 1
2 Southampton 20
3 Royal Holloway 22
4 Sussex 29
5 Surrey 30
6 Kent 35
7 Reading 38
8 Oxford Brookes 59
9 Portsmouth 60
10 Brighton 67
11 Chichester 71
12 Winchester 74
13 Buckinghamshire New 86
14 Canterbury Christ Church 90
15 Southampton Solent 95


South West
1 Bath 14
2 Bristol 16
3 Exeter 19
4 Bournemouth 56
5 Gloucestershire 58
6 West of England 66
7 Plymouth 70
8 Bath Spa 76


Wales
1 Cardiff 37
2 Aberystwyth 45
3 Swansea 47
4 Bangor 55
5 UWIC, Cardiff 65
6 University of Wales, Newport 83
7 Glamorgan 86
8 Lampeter 101


West Midlands
1 Warwick 5
2 Aston 23
3 Birmingham 24
4 Keele 40
5 Birmingham City 69
6 Staffordshire 80
7 Coventry 84
8 Worcester 93
9 Wolverhampton 107


Yorkshire and the Humber
1 York 11
2 Sheffield 26
3 Leeds 32
4 Hull 48
5 Bradford 49
6 Sheffield Hallam 80
7 York St John 97
8 Leeds Metropolitan 98
9 Huddersfield 105

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