Universities for economics

The Top 40 UK universities for Economics, according to the The Guardian*.

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1. Cambridge

Cambridge

100.0
2. Oxford
 

 

Oxford

98.1

3. Heriot-Watt
Heriot-Watt
91.4
4. Nottingham
Nottingham
89.3
5. Coventry

Coventry

87.4
6. Leeds
Leeds
85.0
7. Surrey
Surrey
83.9
8. Warwick
Warwick
82.6
9. Bath
Bath
82.3
10. Durham
 

Durham
82.2

11. Kings College
 

Kings
College

80.1

12. St Andrews

St
Andrews
78.8
13. Loughborough
Loughborough
78.3
14. Queen Mary
Queen
Mary
78.1
15. Portsmouth

Portsmouth
78.0
16. Kent

Kent
77.0
16. Glasgow
Glasgow77.0
18. Stirling
Stirling76.7
19. York
York
76.1
20. UAE
UAE
75.9
21 Aberdeen
Aberdeen
75.3
22. Strathclyde
Strathclyde
75.0
22. UCL
UCL
75.0
24. LSE
 

LSE
74.5

25. Dundee
 

Dundee
73.1

26. Buckingham
 

Buckingham72

26. Bristol
Bristol
72.0
28. Exeter
Exeter71.5
29. Central Lancashire
 

Central Lancashire
71.2

30. SOAS

SOAS
70.7
31. De Montfort
De Montfort
70.6
32. Sussex
 

Sussex
70.2

33. Birmingham
Birmingham
68.8
34. Hertfordshire
Hertfordshire
68.0
35. Cardiff Met
 

Cardiff
Met

67.5

36. UWE Bristol
UWE
Bristol
66.7
37. Royal Holloway

Royal Holloway
66.3
38. Essex
Essex
65.8
39. Reading
 

Reading
65.3

40. Salford

Salford

65.2


*The Guardian Index looks at
STUDENT satisfaction with the course, with
teaching and feedback, value added, entry tariff, spending on
students, staff-student ratio, and career progression.

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1. Cambridge

2. Oxford

3. Warwick

4. UCL

5. St Andrews

6. LSE

7. Nottingham

8. Durham

9. Bath

10. Bristol

11. Exeter

12. Loughborough

13. Surrey

14. Heriot Watt

15. Leeds

16. Glasgow

17. Stirling

18. Birmingham

19. York

20. Queen Mary

21. Lancaster

22. Edinburgh

23. Newcastle

24. Queen’s Belfast

25. UEA

26. Sussex

27. Kent

28. Aberdeen

29. Reading

30. Cardiff

To see the full guide, go to the

Complete University Guide