School excels in Guardian League Table Rankings

The School of Politics and International Relations is pleased to announce it has been ranked 10th in the country for Politics, in the 2016 Guardian University League Table.

The league table rankings, published on May 25th, found the School above a number of Russell Group universities including Bristol, King’s College London and the LSE.

The Guardian considers a number of factors when ranking UK universities, such as student satisfaction, graduate employment prospects and quality of teaching.

This ranking sees the School of Politics and International Relations as one of the University of Kent’s top 10 most succesful Schools; the institution also gaining further ground this year rising four places from 20 to 16.

This latest good news for the University follows Kent’s success in the REF 2014, where the School was ranked in the top 20 amongst UK universities for for Research Power and Research Impact.

If you are interested in studying with us, you can find out more on our Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses on our website.