UK Law schools : Guardian league table 2015

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UK Law schools : Guardian league table 2015
The Guardian has just released its University Guide 2015: Guardian League Table for Law.


This ranking of UK law schools is based on student satisfaction with teaching and feedback, staff to student ratio, spend per student, average entry tariff, value added score (comparing students' individual degree results with their entry qualifications, to show how effective the teaching is), and career after six months. You can click here for further information about these criteria.

There have been some changes in the ranking since last year: Cambridge improved its position to #1, whereas UCL (previous #1) went down to #4. Queen Mary is now on the podium at #3 position. SOAS, University of London jumped from #30 to the Top 10.


1. Cambridge (#4 last year)

2. Oxford (#2 last year)

3. Queen Mary (#6 last year)

4. UCL (#1 last year)

5. LSE (#3 last year)

6. Durham (#14 last year)

7. Nottingham (#9 last year)

8. York (#5 last year)

9. King’s College London (#7 last year)

10. SOAS (#30 last year)


To see the full ranking, please click here.

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