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University of Warwick named in UK’s Top 10 once again by The Times Good University Guide

The University of Warwick has been ranked 9th in The Times Good University Guide 2024.

The Times Good University Guide has ranked 131 universities across the UK, with Warwick placing top in the Midlands and in the top ten nationally.

The league table is made up of eight indicators including student satisfaction with teaching quality and their wider student experience, research quality, graduate prospects, entrance qualifications held by new students, degree results achieved, student/staff ratios, and degree completion rates.

24 subjects at Warwick were ranked in the top ten nationally. These were:

  • Accounting and Finance (2nd)

  • Business and Marketing (2nd)

  • Classics and Ancient History (3rd)

  • Communications and Media Studies (3rd)

  • Creative Writing (1st)

  • Drama and Dance (7th)

  • Economics (1st)

  • Education (9th)

  • English (5th)

  • French (10th)

  • Engineering (10th)

  • German (5th)

  • History (5th)

  • History of Art (7th)

  • Iberian Languages (8th)

  • Italian (3rd)

  • Law (10th)

  • Liberal Arts (2nd)

  • Linguistics (10th)

  • Maths (5th)

  • Philosophy (4th)

  • Physics (8th)

  • Politics (2nd)

  • Sociology (9th)

The Times Good University Guide confirms further rankings this year, including the Guardian University Guide and the QS World Rankings, which once again placed Warwick in the top 10 nationally.

Recent results in the latest National Student Survey also ranked Warwick in the top three universities in the Russell Group across all question groups.

Warwick ranked highly across several metrics in the Times Good University Guide, including graduate prospects, research quality and ‘eco rating’, which assesses the ethical and environmental performance of universities.

Professor Stuart Croft, Vice-Chancellor at the University of Warwick, said: “These rankings from the Times confirm what we know – that Warwick is a innovative, modern university and among the best in the country”.

“Warwick’s high ranking in subjects across both the humanities and the sciences is a testament to the skill and passion of our community across a range of subjects.

“This position doesn’t happen by itself however, and we are very proud of the work put in by our staff and students to achieve this.”

The full rankings can be found here.