Liverpool Hope University has risen a further 23 places in the latest Guardian University League Tables 2019, achieving the impressive ranking of 33 in the national league table.
This result places Liverpool Hope University first in Liverpool, ahead of the University of Liverpool (57), Liverpool John Moores (49) and Edge Hill University (55). Across the whole of the North West region, Liverpool Hope University is now placed in a strong position (second place) above the University of Manchester (34), Manchester Metropolitan (73), University of Chester (94), University of Bolton (85) and University of Central Lancashire (76).
Graduate prospects has been a key factor in the climb. 96.5% of Liverpool Hope University graduates were in employment or further education six months after graduating in 2016. The Guardian University League Table ranks universities according to: spending per student; the student/staff ratio; graduate career prospects; what grades applicants need to get a place; a value-added score that compares students’ entry qualifications with their final degree results; and how satisfied final-year students are with their courses, based on results from the annual National Student Survey (NSS).
Professor Gerald Pillay, Vice Chancellor and Rector of Liverpool Hope University said: “The University’s commitment to research-informed teaching and student engagement are at the heart of these encouraging public affirmations.
The University remains committed to providing those who get a place at Liverpool Hope University a top class education. We are very grateful for the hard work of our staff, both our fine academics and the dedicated support and administrative staff.”
Liverpool Hope now offers one of the widest ranges of combined degrees in the UK. We specialise in small group teaching across our two attractive garden campuses, Hope Park in Childwall and the Creative Campus on Shaw Street, close to Liverpool City Centre. It is in the top 10 in the UK for the percentage of staff with doctorates.