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University Subject Tables 2011

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    Computer Science
  • Year

    2011
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Computer Science

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 Quality
Research Quality
A measure of the quality of the research undertaken in the University.

Maximum score: 4.00

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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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2011 2010
22 15 Aberdeen 366 3.83 2.90 82 87.8
93 85 Abertay Dundee 281 57 71.5
40 44 Aberystwyth 264 3.83 2.95 73 83.1
93 - Anglia Ruskin 220 3.67 59 71.5
47 44 Aston 305 3.82 2.30 67 80.8
57 46 Bangor 241 3.85 2.50 64 79.2
10 13 Bath 435 3.79 2.95 86 90.6
91 80 Bedfordshire 143 3.86 2.10 48 71.8
24 21 Birmingham 374 4.13 3.00 70 87.5
99 99 Birmingham City 178 3.64 56 69.5
96 - Bolton 3.86 52 70.3
42 47 Bournemouth 248 3.82 2.25 85 82.6
78 77 Bradford 217 3.63 2.35 56 75.2
50 42 Brighton 270 3.64 2.60 70 80.5
4 12 Bristol 455 4.06 2.95 92 93.8
49 50 Brunel 298 3.80 2.55 63 80.6
1 1 Cambridge 575 4.14 3.35 96 100.0
101 94 Canterbury Christ Church 162 3.86 52 69.3
29 15 Cardiff 343 3.94 2.85 74 85.9
82 67 Central Lancashire 225 3.71 71 74.3
72 73 Chester 239 3.83 74 75.9
86 - Chichester 4.09 57 73.3
40 43 City 285 3.65 2.60 80 83.1
74 70 Coventry 235 3.57 2.05 61 75.4
59 57 De Montfort 188 4.00 2.40 67 78.7
88 79 Derby 233 68 72.6
16 28 Dundee 378 4.11 2.75 79 88.5
11 14 Durham 400 3.89 2.80 85 89.4
32 35 East Anglia 293 3.88 2.75 78 84.6
103 97 East London 143 3.75 50 67.8
85 84 Edge Hill 227 3.68 67 73.4
6 6 Edinburgh 440 3.88 3.20 86 92.1
60 60 Edinburgh Napier 242 2.09 68 77.9
37 37 Essex 288 4.03 2.75 72 84.0
34 28 Exeter 356 3.76 2.65 72 84.3
69 88 Glamorgan 248 3.81 2.25 56 76.7
13 10 Glasgow 358 4.15 3.10 79 89.3
80 74 Glasgow Caledonian 300 1.80 53 74.9
74 82 Gloucestershire 229 3.98 69 75.4
50 - Glyndwr 220 3.73 2.35 79 80.5
64 63 Goldsmiths College 187 3.79 2.70 60 77.2
77 72 Greenwich 203 4.07 1.90 55 75.3
38 38 Heriot-Watt 291 4.00 2.65 72 83.6
64 66 Hertfordshire 185 3.75 2.60 63 77.2
55 68 Huddersfield 259 3.91 2.05 69 79.5
62 55 Hull 229 4.05 78 77.5
3 3 Imperial College London 507 4.08 3.20 94 96.7
83 63 Keele 235 3.87 64 74.0
28 28 Kent 310 3.86 2.75 84 86.2
26 26 King's College London 369 3.74 2.70 81 86.5
81 74 Kingston 192 3.71 2.20 58 74.8
22 31 Lancaster 369 3.75 3.05 81 87.8
14 17 Leeds 369 3.96 3.05 82 89.1
97 93 Leeds Metropolitan 204 3.50 57 69.7
35 25 Leicester 265 4.15 2.80 72 84.2
54 68 Lincoln 266 3.72 2.50 66 79.7
31 40 Liverpool 363 3.78 3.05 68 85.1
62 56 Liverpool John Moores 193 3.75 2.50 65 77.5
104 - London Metropolitan 166 3.49 1.50 38 66.4
89 98 London South Bank 3.86 2.15 40 72.4
20 20 Loughborough 318 4.19 2.60 85 87.9
17 21 Manchester 390 3.83 3.15 77 88.4
72 71 Manchester Metropolitan 241 3.69 2.15 58 75.9
78 81 Middlesex 152 3.83 2.25 62 75.2
18 21 Newcastle 315 4.01 2.90 86 88.0
69 76 Newman 202 3.96 80 76.7
84 83 Northampton 223 3.77 66 73.5
47 53 Northumbria 240 3.68 2.40 78 80.8
18 27 Nottingham 372 3.70 3.10 82 88.0
50 54 Nottingham Trent 234 3.64 2.15 83 80.5
2 2 Oxford 526 4.15 3.15 97 98.1
56 52 Oxford Brookes 212 3.69 2.50 73 79.3
46 51 Plymouth 251 3.91 3.00 65 81.7
71 58 Portsmouth 229 3.92 1.90 61 76.5
44 47 Queen Mary 277 3.73 3.00 67 82.0
33 32 Queen's, Belfast 328 3.77 2.65 77 84.5
36 41 Reading 329 3.82 2.15 82 84.1
45 36 Robert Gordon 278 3.76 2.35 77 81.9
102 95 Roehampton 182 3.76 50 69.0
20 17 Royal Holloway 275 4.11 2.80 90 87.9
66 90 Salford 240 3.60 2.40 61 76.9
11 6 Sheffield 389 4.11 2.75 82 89.4
67 77 Sheffield Hallam 229 3.74 1.90 67 76.8
5 9 Southampton 411 4.07 3.20 87 92.4
90 91 Southampton Solent 196 3.82 61 71.9
15 4 St Andrews 392 4.13 2.70 79 88.9
57 65 Staffordshire 258 3.74 2.05 72 79.2
43 39 Stirling 269 2.75 69 82.3
30 24 Strathclyde 365 3.73 2.55 80 85.6
74 87 Sunderland 207 3.90 1.90 59 75.4
25 19 Surrey 352 3.90 2.35 89 87.3
26 33 Sussex 321 4.06 2.85 77 86.5
39 34 Swansea 299 3.73 2.90 73 83.5
67 61 Teesside 260 3.79 2.50 51 76.8
98 100 Thames Valley 165 3.66 1.65 47 69.6
60 58 Ulster 234 3.84 2.55 58 77.9
8 5 University College London 409 3.94 3.15 85 91.1
92 88 University of Wales, Newport 262 3.97 46 71.6
99 96 UWIC, Cardiff 201 3.67 52 69.5
9 11 Warwick 467 3.98 2.75 82 91.0
53 49 West of England, Bristol 232 3.75 2.40 73 79.9
95 92 Westminster 198 3.37 2.05 50 71.0
87 86 Worcester 215 3.92 60 72.8
7 8 York 425 4.00 2.95 86 91.4

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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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