The University of Hull has risen 17 places in the Complete University Guide 2021 rankings.
Published on June 9, the rankings see the University singled out as one of the biggest risers in the UK, climbing from 81st to 64th in the table.
The University of Hull is now jointly ranked in 64th place with West of England, Bristol and – along with Arts University Bournemouth – is one of the two joint biggest positive movers in the table this year, with both rising by 17 places.
The University of Hull is also the biggest riser in the North of England.
The main league table is based on ten measures: Entry Standards, Student Satisfaction, Research Quality, Research Intensity, Graduate Prospects, Student-Staff Ratio, Spending on Academic Services, Spending on Student Facilities, Good Honours Degrees, and Completion. It includes 130 institutions.
“I am sure that our students, staff, applicants and graduates will be pleased to celebrate and share in this positive news which is welcome recognition of all the hard work, commitment and expertise across the University.
“It is typical of our staff that since lockdown, they have gone above and beyond to help and support our students during the transition to online learning, while others have worked around-the-clock to support the NHS and other healthcare organisations in a variety of ways.
“We fully appreciate that our applicants are dealing with uncertainty about grades and starting their University experience under challenging circumstances.
“I hope that this announcement provides them with reassurance that the University of Hull will put their needs first. We are ambitious for their future and will be working hard to build further on this success.”
The league tables can be found in full, along with the methodology and more information, can be found on the Complete University Guide website.