Results for Undergraduate Ophthalmic Courses

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Aston University, Birmingham

UCAS points

136 - 159

University League Table

47th

Optometry, Ophthalmics & Orthoptics League Table

6th

Glasgow Caledonian University

UCAS points

72 - 147

University League Table

77th

Optometry, Ophthalmics & Orthoptics League Table

2nd

University of Plymouth

UCAS points

136 - 147

University League Table

69th

Optometry, Ophthalmics & Orthoptics League Table

8th

Cardiff University

UCAS points

120 - 144

University League Table

25th

Optometry, Ophthalmics & Orthoptics League Table

1st

University of Hertfordshire

UCAS points

88 - 144

University League Table

80th

Optometry, Ophthalmics & Orthoptics League Table

12th

University of Liverpool

UCAS points

120 - 144

University League Table

30th

Optometry, Ophthalmics & Orthoptics League Table

11th

University of Manchester

UCAS points

136 - 144

University League Table

13th

Optometry, Ophthalmics & Orthoptics League Table

5th

University of Sheffield

UCAS points

120 - 141

University League Table

26th

Optometry, Ophthalmics & Orthoptics League Table

4th

City, University of London

UCAS points

104 - 136

University League Table

54th

Optometry, Ophthalmics & Orthoptics League Table

10th

Anglia Ruskin University

UCAS points

136

University League Table

117th

Optometry, Ophthalmics & Orthoptics League Table

13th

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