Lancaster University is ranked amongst the top one per cent of universities in the world. It has been listed 145th in the Times Higher Education international table. The University has been singled out for its high levels of employment in The Sunday Times University Guide 2012. The rankings received by the University every year in the league tables in the UK – The Times/Sunday Times (12th), the Guardian (11th) the Complete University Guide (11th) and the Student Experience Survey (10th) talks much about the growing reputation of the Lancaster University. It is one of the major reasons why students should consider studying in UK more seriously.
- Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
- Faculty of Health and Medicine
- Faculty of Science and Technology
- Faculty of Management
According to the National Student Survey 2012, students at Lancaster University are comparatively happier with the staff and their course than any regular UK student. Together, more than 90 percent of final year students at this University are happy with their course which ultimately reflects the allegiance of its staff’s utmost dedication. This ensures that every student in this university receives the very best education, with its qualified staff to ensure this. The University has over 12,000 full-time students studying for first and higher degrees owing to Lancaster’s excellent reputation in teaching and student satisfaction.
Times Higher Education Student Experience survey 2013 rated accommodation at this university, 2nd in the UK, twice, as the best place to reside for education. The university also managed to retain the title of ‘Best University Halls’ 2011 in the National Student Hous ing Survey of 120 UK institutions for the second time. The accommodation has also been declared as the ‘Best Learning Environment’ and ‘Best Individual Accommodation’ by the National Student Housing Survey 2011 and 2013.