Guardian University Ranking 2016

The University of Cambridge was ranked No. 1 in the UK according to the 2016 Guardian University Rankings, followed by Oxford in 2nd place and St Andrews in 3rd place.

The University of Bath was ranked 5th in the Guardian University Guide 2016. It was ranked 1st for course satisfaction, 3rd in the UK for graduate prospects, and the best university in the South West.

The University of Warwick was ranked 6th overall, moving up three places from last year’s Guardian table position, making it the top University in the West Midlands. Additionally, Warwick was ranked 1st for Accounting, 2nd for Business, 2nd for Economics, 2nd for Mathematics, 4th for Classics and Ancient History, 4th for Film and Television Studies, 4th for Sociology, 4th for Theatre, Performance and Cultural Policy Studies, 5th for Chemistry, 5th for History of Art, 5th for Politics and International Studies, among others.

Loughborough University has risen to 11th place nationally, improving greatly on it's 2015 ranking (15th). In addition, Loughborough was ranked 5th for Business, Management and Marketing, improving on its 10th place position in 2015. It was also ranked 8th for Accounting and Finance, a huge leap from the 16th place position in 2015.

Coventry University has broken into the top 15 of UK universities in the Guardian University Guide 2016, a rise of 12 places from last year. According to the survey, Coventry University was ranked top in the UK for the percentage of final-year students satisfied with feedback and assessment by lecturers, and was second only to the University of Oxford for its teaching quality score. In addition, seven of Coventry's subject areas were ranked in the country's top 10, including its courses in the film production and photography and hospitality, event management and tourism categories, which are second overall.