Guardian Rankings 2013: Manchester Uni
On the 21st May 2012, The Guardian updated their University rankings; below we have displayed the updated figures for The University Of Manchester and have explained what these figure means.
2011: 51st 2012: 41st 2013: 41st
The University Of Manchester stays 41st out of 120. Another steady year for The University Of Manchester, although they did not manage to break into the top 40.
Average Teaching Score: 63.1 / 100
NSS Teaching (%) : (2013) 84% (2012) 83%
It seems the standard of teaching has slightly improved over the past year.
NSS Overall: 79% - This is when final year students were asked about the overall quality of their course.
Expenditure Per Student: 8.23 / 10 - This is a very strong figure and shows the university spends highly on its students.
Student Staff Ratio: 15:2
Career Prospects: (2013) 67% (2012) 67%
Although this is a good percentage, Cardiff University which is one place above has a percentage of 74%.
Value Added Score: 5.2 / 10 - This shows the effectiveness of teaching at an institution – the extent to which a department helps students to exceed expectation.
Entry Tariff: 421 (Entry Qualifications)
NSS Feedback: 59% - This is 4% lower than MMU.
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