Top Universities in the East of England 2018
Tailor The Complete University Guide's 2018 League Table to see how universities rank for certain subjects and how they fare within their region. If you've got your heart set on a particular part of the UK but not sure which university to go for, we can help.
The East of England hosts a number of quality universities, including the University of Cambridge – the UKs oldest. But students don't simply enjoy a top notch education experience in the East of England they also benefit from living in the UK's flattest region and one of its driest – need we say more? Back to universities, here's a pick of the bunch:
3. University of Essex
While it remains in 3rd position in the East Midlands, the University of Essex has climbed 10 places to come 31st in the overall league table. Graduate Prospects have also climbed by 10% since 2017 and it is 3rd in the UK for Facilities Spend, helping the student union run Rebel student media’s 2 radio studios, news room and TV studio to inform and entertain over 12,000 Essex students.
There are 3 campuses, so students may be based by the sea at Southend, on the edge of London at Loughton, or in the historic town of Colchester, all with great access to London.
Search through undergraduate courses at the University of Essex.
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