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Bucks New University in Top 25 for Teaching Quality

03 December 2020

Buckinghamshire New University has risen 11 places  to move in the top 25 UK for Teaching Quality in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021. The University has further improved upon its ranking for student experience and graduate prospects in the league tables. 

Bucks New University ranks 34th for student experience moving up 5 places while it rose nine places for graduate prospects in the UK. Bucks has over 150 courses across all study levels which are a perfect blend of professional, practical and academic teaching. The University graduates are supported with industry standard facilities and Bucks graduates receive some of the highest graduate salaries (ranked in top 37 by Times Good University Guide 2020).

Professor Nick Braisby, Vice-Chancellor at Buckinghamshire New University said: “Bucks is the number one university in the UK for the teaching quality of its Business Studies courses. The University is also 2nd in the UK for the quality of teaching on its Sports Science and Accounting and Finance programmes. Teaching quality for the University’s Sociology course was rated 11th best in the UK and Bucks was ranked 15th for Drama, Dance and Cinematics.” 

Studying at Bucks New University means students reach their full potential to succeed in the chosen careers given the high quality teaching and student experience. If you are interested in studying unique courses such as Policing and the award winning Air Transport with Commercial Pilot Training and other industry recognised programmes at Bucks New University, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK today.  

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