The Complete University Guide, has released it's annual 'University League Table'. An aid to help students find the best university choice for them. The ranking is determined by 4 factors, Entry Standards, Student Satisfaction, Research Assessment and Graduate Prospects.
For four consecutive years running, Cambridge University has topped the table with an overall score of 1000 points. Oxford University falls slightly short, but still with an impressive total score of 993. The London School Of Economics, (unheard to many) scores 957, 76 points of which are purely for graduate prospects. Imperial replaces Durham University in the top five as the North East institution slips to sixth position, while the universities of Bath and Warwick are both up one place to seventh and eighth respectively. The University of Exeter, the University of Surrey and University College London reach the top 10, with Exeter climbing one place, Surrey jumping up two spots and UCL dipping two places.