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Published: 10 October 2014

Ninth place for Surrey in Times Higher's Table of Tables

The University of Surrey has jumped two places to ninth in the Times Higher Education Table of Tables 2015.

The prestigious league table is based on the combined results of the UK’s three main domestic university league tables:The Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide; The Guardian and The Complete University Guide.

Surrey has risen in all three league tables for UK universities, moving from eighth to sixth place in The Guardian League Table 2015, our highest ever ranking - we climbed to eleventh position in The Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide 2015 and achieved twelfth place in The Complete University Guide 2015.

Our status as a top ten university has been sparked by a combination of factors including high levels of student satisfaction and graduate employability. Surrey reached eighth out of 135 institutions across England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland in the recent National Student Survey (NSS), with a 91 per cent overall satisfaction score amongst final year students. The latest figures from the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) have also revealed that 97 per cent of Surrey’s 2013 graduates were in work (or further education) six months after they graduated – up 4.2 per cent on the previous year.

Our Open Days have finished for this year, but you can come and see Surrey for yourself by booking a place on a guided campus tour. Tours take place every Wednesday and start at 1pm. Book your place now.

Can't make it to Surrey? Take a virtual tour of our campus and learn more about our undergraduate degrees and the town of Guildford.

 

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