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The University has risen 2 places in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 from 31st to 29th nationally. This continues improvements recorded in the last publication when the University climbed 11 places from 42nd. The latest rise represents a first top 30 position within the Times Good University Guide since 2013.
The Good University Guide rankings cover student satisfaction with the quality of their teaching and academic feedback, course content and facilities; graduate job prospects; the likelihood of achieving a high-class degree; entry standards; dropout rates; research quality; student/staff ratio; and spending on library and other student services.
Liverpool features in 44 of the 67 subject tables, with the top five performing subjects Nursing (6th out of 72), Accounting and Finance (12th out of 102), Archaeology and forensic science (8th out of 58), Animal Science (3rd out of 17) and Chemistry (9th out of 54).The Guide includes profiles of all universities and the leading colleges of higher education, and includes a breakdown in performance at subject level.
To see the full league table, please visit: https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/good-university-guide-in-full-tp6dzs7wn
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