University Subject Tables 2009

  • Table

    History
  • Year

    2009
  • Region

    South East
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    CUG Score

History – South East

CUG Rank University Name Entry Standards
Entry Standards
The average UCAS tariff score of new students entering the University.

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Student Satisfaction
Student Satisfaction
A guide to how satisfied students are with the quality of teaching they receive.

Maximum score: 5.00

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Research Assessment
Graduate Prospects
Graduate Prospects
A guide to the employability of graduates on completion of their courses at the University.

Maximum score: 100

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Overall Score
Overall Score
The total score calculated by our independent and trusted methodology.

Maximum score: 100.0

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2009 2008
2 5 Oxford 493 5 78 96.5
13 12 Royal Holloway 386 3.97 5 64 86.5
19 19 Southampton 384 4.08 5 56 85.3
26 30 Sussex 391 3.87 4 61 83.8
27 24 Oxford Brookes 338 3.98 5* 48 83.7
40 38 Kent 333 4.02 4 60 81.7
46 46 Reading 330 3.97 4 54 80.2
51 55 Portsmouth 297 4.39 4 51 78.8
65 72 Chichester 241 4.47 3a 37 75.5
66 72 Canterbury Christ Church 245 4.28 3a 39 75.3
69 75 Winchester 263 4.07 4 37 73.7
84 86 Brighton 263 3.85 50 69.2

Please note that some Universities have missing data. Where the table is ranked by a single measure, the institutions with no data for that measure appear at the bottom.

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Maximum scores:      
Entry standards N/A Facilities spend N/A
Student satisfaction 5.00 Good honours 100.0
Research assessment 4.00 Graduate prospects 100.0
Research intensity 1.00 Completion 100.0
Student–staff ratio N/A Overall score 1000.0
Academic services spend N/A    

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