The University of Portsmouth has risen five places in TheCompleteUniversityGuide.co.uk 2019 league tables, an independent ranking of excellence in 131 UK universities, published today (Wednesday 25 April 2018).
The University continued its improvement in the recent rankings and is now ranked 51st, up from 56th place last year. Portsmouth has moved up 38 places since 2011 to become one of the highest ranked ‘post-1992’ universities in the country.
Professor Graham Galbraith, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Portsmouth, said: “Continued teaching excellence and opportunities for real life learning has once again seen us rise in a nationally recognised and important league table.
“We make the effort to learn and understand our students’ individual needs and then tailor the support they need to succeed. We also understand that university is an investment for our students. We involve employers and students in the design of our courses and we expose our students to the real world of work, including work placements and access to outstanding simulation facilities. This ensures that our students get an excellent start to their lives as graduates.”
The league tables can be found in full, along with the methodology and more information, at www.TheCompleteUniversityGuide.co.uk