Brunel is now 44th in the league table. It’s a great result for the university and evidence of all the hard work that’s been going on. Some highlights include:
Brunel was ranked first out of 77 institutions for Social Work, up 19 places on last year. Art and Design came second out of 81 institutions. History and History of Art (4th), Anatomy and Physiology (5th), Sports Science (17th), Music (17th) and English (18th) were the other Brunel subjects ranked in the top quartile.
Brunel University has enjoyed considerable league table success this year, climbing from 50th to 41st in The Complete University Guide. It also rose from 49th to 39th in the 2012 Sunday Times University Guide, and jumped from 308th to 261st in the latest Times Higher Education world university rankings. We also climbed 78 places in the 2011 National Student Satisfaction Survey.
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Of course rankings aren’t everything when comparing universities. You need to consider the content of the course, employment prospects, location, costs and a huge array of other factors that are important to you. Of course rankings are often the first thing parents and sponsors want to know about, so it’s good to know that whatever table you look at Brunel is improving.