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Best politics universities in Britain 2022 | Complete University Guide

Best politics universities in Britain 2022 | Complete University Guide

Political science, or political science, is a complex field of study that is currently undergoing changes caused by international crises. Tracking all trends and reflecting them in academic programs is one of the most important goals of political science departments, and universities in Britain are doing an excellent job of this task.

British universities have made a great contribution to the development of political science for many centuries. Political science programs cover a wide range of disciplines, including history, international relations, sociology, and management. Political Science graduates apply their knowledge at the micro and macro levels, helping to guide the domestic and foreign policy of the state or become political leaders. British universities have released more than one generation of talented and bright politicians who know how to build a dialogue with any person and come out of a dispute as a winner.

Best politics universities in Britain 2022 | Complete University Guide

Rank Institution Entry Standards Student Satisfaction Research Quality Research Intensity Graduate Prospects Overall Score
1 Oxford 212 3.31 0.97 84 100
2 Cambridge 196 3 0.84 84 97.5
3 St Andrews 219 4.31 2.95 0.89 72 95.5
4 Warwick 169 4.29 3.19 0.95 84 95.4
5 London School of Economics 173 3.73 3.45 0.82 90 95.1
6 University College London 187 3.74 3.28 1 84 94.9
7 Sheffield 151 4.06 3.4 0.75 86 94.1
8 Exeter 166 4.02 3.13 0.62 86 93.8
9 Durham 191 3.81 2.87 0.73 84 93.8
10 Bath 164 3.92 2.81 0.72 90 93.5
11 Edinburgh 188 3.69 3.07 0.9 76 92.8
12 Lancaster 142 4.01 3.15 1 82 92.8
13 King's College London 192 3.94 2.99 0.63 74 92.7
14 York 147 4.06 3.16 0.72 82 92.6
15 Bristol 166 4.13 2.69 0.99 76 92.3
16 Loughborough 138 4.22 2.51 0.98 86 92.3
17 Strathclyde 192 3.95 3.04 0.92 66 92.3
18 Sussex 149 3.93 3.03 0.81 82 92.2
19 Leeds 160 4.06 2.86 0.65 80 92.1
20 Glasgow 188 3.88 2.84 0.92 70 91.9
21 Manchester 161 3.96 2.92 0.75 78 91.9
22 Nottingham 147 3.91 2.79 0.93 82 91.7
23 Essex 106 4.2 3.54 0.94 78 91.6
24 Newcastle 149 4.04 2.62 0.82 82 91.6
25 Birmingham 150 3.84 2.78 0.84 82 91.4
26 Dundee 173 4.08 2.15 0.9 78 91.4
27 Aberystwyth 112 4.32 3.18 0.74 76 90.7
28 Southampton 136 3.9 2.99 0.85 76 90.4
29 Aberdeen 179 4.08 2.44 0.86 66 90.4
30 Royal Holloway, University of London 125 4 2.81 0.95 78 90.3
31 Stirling 155 4.01 3.01 0.8 66 90.1
32 Queen Mary, University of London 141 3.82 2.85 0.86 74 89.8
33 Cardiff 140 3.93 3.02 0.69 72 89.8
34 SOAS University of London 173 4.03 2.86 0.77 60 89.7
35 Aston 117 3.92 3.08 0.86 74 89.4
36 Swansea 117 4.21 2.87 0.51 76 89.4
37 Portsmouth 103 3.98 2.89 0.84 80 89.3
38 East Anglia (UEA) 130 4.08 2.85 0.8 70 89.3
39 Kent 120 4.01 2.75 0.88 74 89.1
40 Queen's, Belfast 146 3.9 2.8 1 64 88.9
41 Reading 116 3.72 2.91 0.94 76 88.8
42 Bradford 3.85 2.71 0.35 78 88.6
43 Keele 111 4.02 2.75 0.69 76 88.6
44 Leicester 123 3.75 2.55 0.86 76 88.2
45 Huddersfield 110 4.11 2.83 0.25 74 87.7
46 City, University of London 131 4.12 2.65 0.88 60 87.5
47 Plymouth 115 4.1 2.75 0.79 64 87.3
48 Hull 113 3.95 2.21 0.87 74 87.3
49 Lincoln 111 4.1 2.17 0.61 76 87.2
50 Brunel University London 99 3.76 2.79 0.95 72 87.1
51 Greenwich 110 4.23 2.23 0.56 72 87
52 Liverpool 134 3.86 2.42 0.45 70 87
53 Oxford Brookes 112 4 2.37 0.81 70 86.9
54 Westminster 104 4.13 2.68 0.55 68 86.8
55 Northumbria 129 4.07 2.49 0.62 62 86.7
56 Nottingham Trent 109 4.13 2.34 0.26 74 86.6
57 London South Bank 98 3.99 2.67 0.75 86.5
58 Liverpool Hope 111 3.98 1.76 0.88 76 86.4
59 De Montfort 100 3.98 2.74 0.33 72 86.4
60 Coventry 106 4.26 2.01 0.53 72 86.3
61 Surrey 143 3.53 2.08 0.81 66 85.7
62 Salford 108 4.06 2.04 0.46 72 85.7
63 West of England, Bristol 109 4.18 2.07 0.9 62 85.5
64 Chichester 103 3.78 2.46 0.83 85.5
65 Manchester Metropolitan 119 4.26 2.82 0.55 50 85.5
66 Bournemouth 105 3.57 3.1 0.31 85.3
67 Middlesex 98 3.8 2.58 0.55 84.8
68 Leeds Beckett 93 4.27 1.93 0.49 68 84.7
69 Sheffield Hallam 108 3.99 2.72 0.38 58 84.7
70 Central Lancashire 115 4.2 2.33 0.68 52 84.5
71 Ulster 111 4.02 2.58 0.9 50 84.4
72 East London 92 4.12 2.74 0.43 58 84.4
73 West of Scotland 125 3.79 2.23 0.67 58 84.4
74 Goldsmiths, University of London 109 3.82 2.5 0.95 54 84.3
75 Buckingham 114 4.33 84.2
76 Northampton 90 4.45 83.1
77 Edge Hill 110 4.07 82.9
78 Derby 113 3.82 81.9
79 Hertfordshire 84 4.18 81.5
80 London Metropolitan 75 3.99 1.85 0.21 64 81.4
81 Wolverhampton 92 3.98 81.2
82 Kingston 72 4.1 58 80.2
83 Canterbury Christ Church 94 4.43 1.7 0.69 36 80
84 Chester 103 4 48 79.9
85 Winchester 106 3.95 46 79.6
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Egor Eremeev
Current material has been prepared by Egor Eremeev
Education: Westminster University (Business & Management), London.
Egor studied and lived in the UK for 8 years and graduated from the university of Westminster. He is currently the co-founder and the director of business development at Smapse Education and personally visits foreign schools and universities, interviews students studying in those institutions.
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