Roehampton ranked best modern university in London for third year

The University of Roehampton has retained its position as the highest ranked modern university in London for the third consecutive year in the results of the Complete University Guide 2018.

Posted: 26 April 2017

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The league table is compiled using a range of measures including student satisfaction, the quality of research undertaken and employment prospectus of graduates.

While Roehampton has been awarding its own degrees since 2004, it has a much longer history through its constituent four Colleges, dating back over 175 years.

In order to ensure students continue to receive an excellent experience, the University has undertaken a multi-million pound investment programme, including the new Elm Grove student accommodation and welcome centre, as well as a new purpose-built state-of-the-art library which will open at the start of the next academic year.

Institution  Rank
Roehampton  1
Middlesex 2
West London  3
University of the Arts, London 4
Greenwich 5
Westminster 6
Kingston 7
South Bank 8
East London 9
St Mary's, Twickenham 10
London Metropolitan University  11

Source: www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk

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