Liverpool Hope’s teaching excellence, research outputs and student satisfaction have been recognised in several national league tables.
The 2016/17 Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey results show Liverpool Hope has one of the best graduate employment rates in the UK.
98.1% of our graduates were in employment or further education six months after graduating
This makes us Top 2 in the UK and 1st in England for graduate employment
Liverpool Hope continues to perform well in the North West, placing top 3 in several categories in the 2019 survey.
Top 3 in the North West for Teaching on my Course
Top 2 in the North West for Assessment and Feedback
Top 2 in the North West for Learning Community
Top 3 in the North West for Student Voice
Data taken from 129 universities surveyed in the 2019 National Student Survey (NSS). The Teaching on my Course is measured by questions 1 through 4 in the 2019 NSS. Assessment & Feedback is measured by questions 8 through 11 in the 2019 NSS. Learning Community is measured by questions 21 and 22 in the 2019 NSS. Learning Community is measured by questions 23 through 25 in the 2019 NSS
Just one in five UK Higher Education providers achieved gold standard in the government’s Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) – including Liverpool Hope. We’re the only gold-rated university in the City.
According to the government’s Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), Liverpool Hope University is, “of the highest quality found in the UK" and is "delivering consistently outstanding teaching, learning and outcomes for its students.”
The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide provides an institutional ranking, based on student opinions of teaching quality and wider university experiences. This is combined with the outcomes of the 2014 research assessments, graduate job prospects and course entry standards.
Top 3 in the North West for Teaching Quality
Top 3 in the North West for Student Experience
Top 3 in the North West for Graduate Prospects
In The Guardian University League Tables, universities are ranked according to: course satisfaction; teaching quality; feedback; staff-student ratio; spend per student; average entry tariff; a value-added score that compares students’ degree results with their entry qualifications; career after six month and continuation rate.
Liverpool Hope has retained its place as the city’s top University in the latest Guardian University League Tables 2020
Top 3 in the North West
The top University in Liverpool
Hope also appears in the top 25 for six subjects listed, and is ranked eighth the country for Computer Science.
Hope are also ninth for Theology and Religious Studies, 13th for Geography, 14th for Sport Science, 16th for Education and 25th for Social Work.