The Complete Univeristy Guide

Table: Top universities for special interest subjects

Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering
1 Cambridge
2 Bath
3 Southampton
4 Imperial College
5 Sheffield
6 Bristol
7 Liverpool
8 Loughborough
9 Queens, Belfast
10 Glasgow
11 Manchester
12 Nottingham
13 Heriot-Watt
14 Strathclyde
15 Aston
16 Leeds
17 Brunel
18 Surrey
19 Swansea
20 Queen Mary

Agriculture & Forestry
1 Nottingham
2 Newcastle
3 Bangor
4 Reading
5 Harper Adams
6 Queens, Belfast
7 Aberystwyth
8 Royal Agricultural College
9 Plymouth
10 Aberdeen
11 West of England
12 Nottingham Trent
13 Greenwich
14 Bournemouth
15 Lincoln
16 Salford

1 London School of Economics
2 Cambridge
3 Oxford
4 University College London
5 St Andrews
6 Sussex
7 Durham
8 Aberdeen
9 Goldsmiths College
11 Kent
12 Lampeter
13 Edinburgh
14 Queens, Belfast
15 Manchester
16 Brunel
17 Roehampton
18 Oxford Brookes
19 East London
20 Hull

1 Oxford
2 Cambridge
3 University College London
4 Durham
5 Reading
6 Exeter
7 Bristol
8 Liverpool
9 Southampton
10 Leicester
11 Bradford
12 Glasgow
13 Sheffield
14 Queens, Belfast
15 York
16 Birmingham
17 Lampeter
18 Manchester
19 Nottingham
20 Edinburgh

Celtic Studies
1 Cambridge
2 Aberystwyth
3 Bangor
4 Cardiff
5 Ulster
6 Glasgow
7 Edinburgh
8 Swansea
9 Aberdeen
10 Queens, Belfast
11 Liverpool
12 Lampeter

East and South Asian Studies
1 Cambridge
2 Oxford
3 Nottingham
5 Edinburgh
6 Leeds
7 Sheffield
8 Cardiff
9 Manchester
10 Oxford Brookes

1 Cambridge
2 London School of Economics
3 University College London
4 Warwick
5 Oxford
6 Nottingham
7 Bristol
8 Durham
9 St Andrews
10 Bath
11 York
12 Birmingham
13 Exeter
14 Southampton
15 Lancaster
16 Edinburgh
17 Glasgow
19 Essex
20 Sussex

1 Cambridge
2 Aberdeen
3 Dundee
4 Edinburgh
5 Stirling
6 Cardiff
7 Strathclyde
8 Exeter
9 Warwick
10 Durham
11 Canterbury Christ Church
12 Nottingham
13 Glasgow
14 West of Scotland
15 Reading
16 Brunel
17 King's College London
18 Sussex
19 Manchester
20 Brighton

Food Science
1 Surrey
2 King's College London
3 Nottingham
4 Reading
5 Leeds
6 Newcastle
7 Queens, Belfast
8 Nottingham Trent
9 Plymouth
10 Leeds Metropolitan
11 Greenwich
12 Lincoln
13 Oxford Brookes
14 Glasgow Caledonian
15 Manchester Metropolitan
16 UWIC, Cardiff
17 Bath Spa
18 Sheffield Hallam
19 Ulster
20 Liverpool John Moores

1 Cambridge
2 Sussex
3 Newcastle
4 Oxford
5 Queen Mary
6 University College London
7 York
8 Lancaster
9 Edinburgh
10 Salford
11 Essex
12 Manchester
14 Leeds
15 Sheffield
16 Reading
17 Hertfordshire
18 Westminster
19 Wolverhampton
20 Cardiff

Materials Technology
1 Cambridge
2 Imperial College
3 Birmingham
4 Sheffield
5 Nottingham
6 Manchester
7 Loughborough
8 Swansea
9 Queen Mary
10 Bath
11 Sheffield Hallam
12 Manchester Metropolitan
13 Exeter
14 Leeds
15 Brighton
16 Plymouth
17 De Montfort

Middle Eastern & African Studies
1 Oxford
2 Edinburgh
3 Exeter
4 St Andrews
6 Cambridge
7 Manchester
8 Leeds
9 Birmingham
10 Westminster

Social Policy
1 London School of Economics
2 Bristol
3 Loughborough
4 Stirling
5 York
6 Nottingham
7 Leeds
8 Newcastle
9 Sheffield
10 Keele
11 Kent
12 Queens, Belfast
13 Hull
14 Cardiff
15 Bath
16 Glasgow
17 Birmingham
18 Goldsmiths College
19 Edinburgh
20 Swansea

Theology & Religious Studies

1 Cambridge
2 Oxford
3 Durham
4 St Andrews
5 Edinburgh
6 Aberdeen
7 Sheffield
8 Nottingham
9 Bristol
10 Cardiff
12 Lancaster
13 King's College London
14 Leeds
15 Glasgow
16 Exeter
17 Manchester
18 Hull
19 Stirling
20 Birmingham

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