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University of Gloucestershire ranked higher than Russell Group Unis Image

17th April 2018
University of Gloucestershire ranked higher than Russell Group Unis


The University of Gloucestershire has been officially rated as better than a host of Russell Group establishments, including Edinburgh University and the University of Exeter.

The latest Times Higher Education Rankings also place the Gloucestershire centre higher than Bristol and Manchester Universities in terms of academic experience.

The surveys, taken out by students, place the University of Gloucestershire 19th nationally with a score of 80.1 and level with Durham in terms of academic experience. 

The best university for academic experience in the UK was Harper Adams, with a score of 86.2.

Overall, the Gloucestershire university fared well, placed 60th in the country with a score of 76. This saw it ranked higher than Russell Group centre University College London.

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