Physics & Astronomy – Top 10 UK Colleges & Their Employability Rates
Published on June 12, 2014 by ThinkTank Learning
The following is the list of the current top 10 UK Universities for Physics and along with their employability and student satisfaction rates.
- Cambridge: A host to a confounding 29 former Nobel, the faculty of physics secured a student satisfaction rate of 97%. Additionally, the graduate prospectus rate for the department is 84%
- Oxford: The department of physics at Oxford receives around 18 million Sterling pounds funding annually. The graduate employability rate for the university is 84 % and student satisfaction rate is 95%.
- Durham: With an employment rate of 84% for physics students, the university’s student satisfaction rate summed to a total of 94%.
- Imperial College London: The physics graduate from here holds an employability rate of 84 % though the student satisfaction rate turned out to be 85%.
- Glasgow: Holding an employability rate of 84 %, the student satisfaction of the physics department is 82%.
- St Andrews: These university physics students have an employability rate of 76%, whereas the student satisfaction rate stands at 98%.
- Lancaster: Lancaster’s physics student’s employability rate totalled to a 72% while the student satisfaction rate came to be 99%.
- Birmingham: The student employment rate for Birmingham physics students summed to 80%, while the student satisfaction rate was around 93%
- Warwick: Physics Students from Warwick hold an employability rate of 84 % while the student satisfaction rate turned out to be 80 %
- Surrey: With an employment rate of a high 88%, the physics department for the university secured a student satisfaction rate of 87%.
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