University of Cumbria Rankings

The University of Cumbria (UK) is a growing, multi-campus university home to over 10,000 students. It was formed in 2007 by the merger of St Martin’s College, Cumbria Institute of the Arts and University of Central Lancashire’s Cumbria sites.

Rankings:

- Ranked No. 1 in the UK for 'student satisfaction' for Fine Art courses (Guardian League Tables 2017).

- The Guardian University League Tables 2012 listed the National School of Forestry, based at University of Cumbria’s Newton Rigg campus, as the highest-ranking provider of forestry courses in the UK. Other courses at the university were also climbing up the league tables, with media and communication courses entering the top 10 providers in the UK and English, climbing to 17th place nationally.

- The University of Cumbria’s results in the Research Excellence Framework 2014 show both a considerable increase in ‘world-leading’ and ‘internationally excellent’ research. 94% of the Allied Health Professions submission was deemed to be of internationally recognised quality or higher; and 69% of the Environmental Sciences submission was deemed to be of internationally recognised quality or higher.

- Business achieved a strong ranking in the Times Higher Education at 79th out of 101 entries, and 85% of the submission at internationally recognised quality or higher.