Glasgow Caledonian University Top Ranking

Glasgow Caledonian University is one of the leading public universities in Glasgow (Scotland), with strong international reputation in research and placed among the top 20 universities in the UK in selected research areas.

The university has 7 academic schools:
  • Caledonian Business School
  • School of the Built & Natural Environment
  • School of Engineering & Computing
  • School of Health & Social Care
  • School of Life Sciences
  • School of Law & Social Sciences
  • School of Nursing, Midwifery & Community Health
Ratings and Ranking Performance:

- Ranked 61st in 2008, 96th in 2009 and moving up to 74th in 2010 (Complete University Guide).

- Physiotherapy was rated "Excellent" for teaching.

- Rated the country’s top international experience and 2nd in the world in the latest International Student Barometer survey. It was rated top in Scotland in every category: living, learning, support and arrival. It was also rated top in the world for living, and in 2nd place globally for learning & support.

- Outstanding Achievements in the Research Assessment Exercise 2008 ratings:
- 30% of the researchers were judged to be producing research at the top two quality levels, ie, world-leading (4*) or internationally excellent (3*).
- More than 70% of the staff submitted were categorised as producing research that is internationally recognised.
- placed in the top 10 universities in the UK for research in the allied health professions
- rehabilitation sciences was placed top in the UK.
- rated best in Scotland and in the top 20 in UK for research in construction and the built environment.
- 66th in the Guardian University Guide 2010 (placed 55th in 2009).

- 60th in The Times Good University Guide 2010, moving up from 68th in 2009.

- 61st in the Daily Telegraph University Ranking 2007.

- 92nd in the Sunday Times University Ranking 2007.

- 6th for Building and town and country planning, 45th for Computer sciences and IT (Guardian 2009).

- 20th for Communication & Media Studies ( Complete University Guide 2009).

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