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Law rises 30 places in Guardian University League Tables 2018


The hard work undertaken in the Faculty of Management and Law has been recognised in the latest edition of The Guardian's University League Tables, with a 30 place rise for the School of Law.

Positive NSS feedback

A number of factors influence the rankings, with student feedback via the National Student Survey (NSS) being a major contributor. Our Law programmes received very positive NSS scores in categories relating to course satisfaction, teaching quality and feedback from lecturers.

The School also performed well in the “Value-added” category, which compares student’s individual degree results with their entry qualifications, to show how effective the teaching is.

“Testament to the quality of teaching”

Professor Zahir Irani, Dean of the Faculty of Management and Law said “A thirty place jump in the league table is a fantastic achievement. It is a real testament to the quality of teaching at the school".

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