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Britain's Best Universities for Pedagogy 2021 | Complete University Guide


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Britain's Best Universities for Pedagogy 2021 | Complete University Guide

We present the current ranking of universities with the strongest programs in the field of pedagogy.

The pedagogical education received in Britain allows you to obtain the status of a qualified teacher and work in British educational institutions. Bachelor's degree educators often travel to Britain for Master's degree courses to gain international knowledge and experience. Prestigious universities in Britain pride themselves on innovative pedagogical approach and conservatism at the same time. Consider the main features of teaching at pedagogical universities in Britain:

  • Emphasis on practical knowledge

Special attention is paid to the practical content of the courses: students attend master classes, communicate with invited specialists, and undergo internships.

  • Personal development

The development of a harmonious, happy personality is at the heart of the English philosophy of education. For these reasons, each university has about a hundred clubs and sections of interest, attending which students learn social skills, the ability to work in a team and form useful networking.

  • An innovative approach

Students will have a difficult but interesting study. The learning process at universities in England is very intense, requires the active participation of students and great independence.

Popular pedagogical specialties:

  • Teaching medical sciences, history, music, mathematics
  • School librarian
  • Literary reading and literacy
  • Consulting
  • Teaching technique
  • Curatorship
  • Teaching foreign languages and cultures
  • Analysis and evaluation
  • Curriculum development
  • Tutorial
  • Educational technologies
  • Corporate training
  • Teaching gifted children.
Rank Institution   Entry Standards Student Satisfaction Research Quality Research Intensity Graduate Prospects Overall Score
1 Glasgow   194 4.05 3 0.71 98 100
2 Cambridge   185   3.3 0.59 81 99.8
3 Edinburgh   187 4 3.21 0.42 99 99.3
4 Strathclyde   199 4.08 2.78 0.6 89 98.5
5 West of Scotland   180 4.37 2.35 0.42 99 98.3
6 Stirling   175 3.93 2.99 0.7 96 97.7
7 Dundee   172 4.16 2.79 0.38 95 97.1
8 Durham   155 3.82 3.3 0.64 89 95.1
9 Aberdeen    171 3.76 2.71 0.27 95 95
10 Birmingham   147 4.22 3.26 0.7 82 94.9
11 Southampton   143 4.03 3.08 0.88 86 94.5
12 Royal Conservatoire of Scotland   193 3.83     97 94.4
13 Reading   130 4.25 3.04 0.58 86 93.5
14 York   136 4 3.2 0.77 80 92.9
15 Keele   152 3.96 2.86 0.73 74 92.3
16 Manchester 3.84 3.11 0.92 77 92.1
17 Warwick   137 4.4 3.04 0.93 62 91.6
18 Bangor   130 4.02 3.13 0.75 74 91.4
19 Liverpool Hope   122 4.27 2.55 0.27 86 91.3
20 London South Bank   106 4.06 2.67 0.75 88 90.8
21 West of England, Bristol   117 4.47 2.7 0.17 80 90.7
22 Brighton   123 4.12 2.47 0.08 89 90.6
23 East Anglia (UEA)   123 4 2.83 0.78 77 90.6
24 Roehampton   107 4.06 2.88 0.55 84 90.2
25 Huddersfield   118 4.24 2.61 0.22 82 90.2
26 Northumbria   151 3.77     91 89.8
27 Manchester Metropolitan   130 4.02 2.88 0.16 76 89.8
28 Edge Hill   129 4.07 2.21 0.08 85 89.7
29 Sunderland   126 3.97 1.59 0.44 91 89.5
30 Plymouth   123 4.21 2.52 0.39 74 89.5
31 Brunel University London   117 4.4 2.66 0.71 66 89.4
32 Liverpool John Moores   128 4.27 2.65 0.11 72 89.4
33 Birmingham City   121 4.06 2.38 0.09 84 89.3
34 Cardiff   148 3.75 3.3 0.59 58 89.3
35 Derby   130 4.18 2.15 0.07 79 89.2
36 Winchester   122 4.19 2.46 0.1 78 89.1
37 Middlesex   115 3.96 2.58 0.55 76 88.6
38 Staffordshire   123 4.31 2.38 0.29 70 88.6
39 Leeds   137 3.83 2.96 0.78 59 88.5
40 Chichester   124 4.3     84 88.5
41 University College London   127 3.91 3.21 0.7 59 88.4
42 Sheffield   127 4.2 3.32 0.58 51 88.2
43 St Mary's, Twickenham   111 4.19 1.49 0.18 89 88.1
44 Sheffield Hallam   118 4.1 2.7 0.06 72 87.9
45 Cumbria   115 4.11 1.96 0.05 83 87.9
46 Teesside   106 4.08 2.99 0.39 70 87.9
47 Nottingham Trent   123 4.12 1.87 0.23 76 87.7
48 Gloucestershire   122 4.23     81 87.6
49 Hull   126 4.15 2.3 0.27 67 87.6
50 Chester   125 3.94 2.07 0.08 76 87.2
51 Northampton   111 4 1.98 1 70 87.2
52 Canterbury Christ Church   109 4.15 2.47 0.13 73 87.2
53 Wolverhampton   116 3.93 2.41 0.11 75 87.1
54 Bedfordshire   105 4.16 2.26 0.15 76 87
55 Oxford Brookes   123 3.81 2.3 0.17 74 86.9
56 York St John   108 4.08 1.74 0.23 81 86.8
57 Newman   116 4.05 2.38 0.11 69 86.6
58 London Metropolitan   97 4.26 2.65 0.12 70 86.6
59 De Montfort   118 4.12     79 86.5
60 Worcester   117 4.17 1.82 0.17 71 86.4
61 Hertfordshire   113 4.18     76 85.9
62 University of Wales Trinity Saint David   150 4.18     56 85.8
63 Bishop Grosseteste   111 4.09 1.93 0.11 72 85.8
64 Goldsmiths, University of London   99 3.8 2.73 0.95 62 85.7
65 Leeds Trinity   110 4.07     79 85.7
66 Plymouth Marjon   117 4.18     70 85.3
67 Aberystwyth   119 4.27     66 85.2
68 Greenwich   128 4.16 1.7 0.13 60 85.2
69 Swansea   124 3.98       84.9
70 East London   109 3.97 2.55 0.11 62 84.9
71 Central Lancashire   117 4.1     69 84.8
72 Highlands & Islands   109 4.2       84.4
73 Leeds Beckett   110 3.9 2.14 0.18 63 84.2
74 Kingston   118 4.33     59 84.2
75 Bath Spa   97 3.86 2.15 0.22 69 84.1
76 Portsmouth   118 4     66 84.1
77 Anglia Ruskin   102 4.41 1.94 0.1 56 83.8
78 South Wales   122 4.03     61 83.7
79 Bolton   101 4.25 2.04 0.3 47 82.4
80 Cardiff Metropolitan   121 3.96     52 82
81 Wrexham Glyndŵr   112 3.71     51 80.1
Current material has been prepared by Egor Eremeev
Education: Kuban State University, Russia (World Economics); Westminster University (Business & Management).
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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