The Times Good University Guide 2008

Here is the 2008 Good University Guide from Times Online. (August 14, 2007 published)
It is the most highly regarded guide on the market! A total of 113 universities are ranked and compared by a range of criteria. Oxford and Cambridge are, again, the top two institutions in the UK.

The Top 50 are listed below:

Max scores 1000
1 Oxford 1000
2 Cambridge 995
3 Imperial College 960
4 London School of Economics 915
5 St Andrews 841
6 Uni College London 832
7 Warwick 813
8 Bristol 811
9 Durham 810
10 King's College London 777
11 Bath 764
12 Loughborough 755
13 Edinburgh 742
14 Southampton 738
15 Aston 734
16 York 733
17 Exeter 726
18 School of Oriental and African Studies 722
19 Nottingham 721
20 East Anglia 709
21 Leicester 705
22 Sheffield 699
23 Newcastle 694
24 Royal Holloway 688
25 Reading 683
26 Birmingham 678
27 Lancaster 670
28 Cardiff 658
29 Manchester 656
30 Leeds 653
31 Glasgow 650
32 Aberdeen 648
33 Queen's Belfast 626
34 Liverpool 625
35 Sussex 621
36 Essex 611
37 Stirling 609
38 Kent 608
39 Aberystwyth 607
40 Surrey 603
=40 City 603
42 Queen Mary, London 599
=42 Hull 599
44 Strathclyde 598
45 Heriot-Watt 551
46 Swansea 531
47 Bangor 530
48 Bradford 519
49 Oxford Brookes 512
50 Dundee 502

Another very interesting Univ Statistics:

Top for graduate salaries in full-time work (05/06)

1.London School of Economics and Political Science (£27,694)
2.Imperial College of Science, Technology & Medicine (£26,822)
3.St George's, U of London (£26,655)
4.Cranfield Uni (£26,132)
5.King's College London (£23,782)
6.Uni College London (£23,614)
7.The Royal Veterinary College (£23,544)
8.Queen Mary (£23,491)
9.City Univ (£23,117)
10.U of Cambridge (£22,910)
* LSE tops the list for the highest graduate salaries in full-time work, followed by Imperial.