News : Salford climbs 25 places in League Table
Date: May 22, 2012
The University has risen 25 places from 109 to 84 in the Guardian’s University Guide 2013 which was published today - the fourth biggest rise across all UK universities.
This follows on from our recent rise of 19 places in April’s Complete University Guide 2013 when the University moved from 97 to 78.
Vice-Chancellor Martin Hall said: “This result reflects the commitment and hard work of our teachers and our professional and administrative teams, as well as our students’ determination to use their time at university to best advantage.
“We must continue to work at achieving our objectives for further improvement in the quality of learning and teaching across all subject areas, and in our co-curriculum. I’m confident that we’ll see further recognition of this in the future.”
Particularly notable within the tables was Computer Science which rose 65 places from 103 to 38.
The Guardian tables are compiled by an independent consultancy firm, Intelligent Metrix, and are weighted in favour of the National Student Survey. As part of the survey, final-year students are asked to score their universities for overall satisfaction, feedback and contact hours.
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