School of Education ranked 11th in Complete University Guide subject tables
6 July 2021
The School of Education is delighted to annouce that it has been ranked 11th place in the Complete University Guide subject tables, with particular highlights for research intensity (5th) and research quality (6th).
In June this year it was anounced that the School of Education ranked 11th in its very first Complete University Guide subject tables.
The Complete University Guide is an online league table, founded in 2007, that uses publicly available data about UK universities and how they perform in a range of different areas – overall and by subject area and courses – to assist students in making informed university choices.
Undergraduate courses have been in place at the School of Education for only four years, as the School used to be solely for Graduate studies, so this is an excellent achievement. The undergraduate studies currently offered are Education Studies and Psychology in Education, which are taught by active researchers and help students develop rich knowledge and research skills and lead them to a range of rewarding careers in education and psychology.
Professor Melissa Allen, Head of the School of Education, said:
"Thank you to everyone within the school for a job well done in providing the highest quality teaching and research experience for students and for embedding our excellent Undergraduate programmes so well. I'm very proud of the School of Education."
The University of Bristol overall placed 17th out of 130 in the rankings – and, within the ten measures for scoring, placed in the top 20 for entry standards, student-staff ratio, and graduate prospects and in the top 10 for degree completion, research intensity, and research quality.