University of East London architecture department impresses in Guardian 2017 rankings
05 July 2016
The University of East London architecture department has been ranked the second best in London and 11th best in the UK following the latest Guardian University Guide 2017 league tables.
This shows a rise third place to second London and a significant climb of 15 places in the national standings. Alongside these impressive national rankings, architecture students are also very happy at the University with the department hitting 98 per cent ‘overall satisfaction’ following the 2015 National Student Survey.
Carl Callaghan, Head of Architecture at UEL, commented, “We are delighted to be recognised by the Guardian as second best in London for architecture. This improvement is due to the success of our students and excellent teaching by staff in architecture and design.”
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