University of East Anglia

The University of East Anglia (UEA) is one of the leading universities in the UK, with outstanding ranking achievements in a range of national and international league tables. The University campus is home to the prestigious Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, which houses the Sainsbury Collection.

Ranking Profile:

- Ranked 28th nationally in The Times Good University Guide 2010.

- Ranked 29th among Top UK Universities for Chemistry (Tims 2010).

- 10th for social work in the UK, with an average teaching score of 85.9 and a value added score of 10/10 (Guardian 2010).

- In a survey of top institutions researching geosciences over the last decade, the University of East Anglia was the third university in the world, just after Harvard and Princeton (Thomson Reuters Essential Science Indicators 2009).

- Rated 3rd for facilities and 5th overall in the Times Higher Student Experience Survey 2010.

- Ranked among the world's top 200 institutions in the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2009.

- Ranked 302nd globally by QS World University Rankings™ 2009. In addition it is placed 215th in the world for Arts & Humanities.

- University of East Anglia maintained a high position in the National Student Survey 2009, ranked joint third for satisfaction. The overall satisfaction score of 90% is bettered only by Cambridge and Leicester Universities among large English institutions in the survey.

- Top in the UK for accommodation and Students' Union and best in England overall, according to the 2009 WhatUni.com awards.

- School of Pharmacy at UEA is voted top UK pharmacy school for the third year in a row in the National Student Survey 2009.

- Economics at UEA has been ranked among the best in Europe in a survey by the Centre for Higher Education Development (CHE) in Germany. It is placed among the top six UK economics departments in the survey in terms of the number of top placements in the survey indicators. More than 140 higher education institutions in 20 countries were considered for inclusion in the 2009 ranking.

- 15th nationally in The Push League Table 2008.

- In the RAE 2008 exercise, UEA Pharmacy came 6th in the rankings of all schools of Pharmacy. The profile achieved by the school is: 15% (4*), 40% (3*), 30% (2*) and 15% (1*) activity, placing it as the top new school of Pharmacy in the UK.

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