Economics at Kent has been recognised for its excellent employability record in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016. The School is ranked 7th for Graduate Prospects (based on 88% of full-time, first degree UK graduates taking up professional level employment or further study within 6 months of graduation*). Other results in this league table include 13th for Teaching Quality and 16th for Student Experience, placing us in the top quarter for each of these measures.
These results back up our recent scores in the other national league tables:
- 5th for career prospects and 9th overall in the The Guardian University Guide 2016
- 8th for Student Satisfaction in The Complete University Guide 2016
- 10th for overall satisfaction in the National Student Survey (NSS) – top 10 for the 7th consecutive year
* Data comes from DLHE Record. Source – HESA 2013-14 based on 2014 graduates.