University of Leicester Medical School is Top in UK
University of Leicester Medical School has been rated as Britain's best school
to study Medicine.
came top in the Guardian subject league tables published last week - and the
University of Leicester also leads the country in terms of the level of its
taught postgraduate provision according to the Financial Times.
of the strongest teaching assessments in the country, significant investment in
facilities and a student completion rate few beyond Oxbridge can exceed has seen
the University once again rated in the Financial Times' and Sunday Times' group
of 20 leading UK Universities.
University of Leicester Medical School, founded in 1974, is now among the
biggest Medical Schools in the UK, following its partnership in 1999 with the
University of Warwick.
of the Leicester Warwick Medical Schools Professor Ian Lauder said: "The
Medical School is delighted to receive this accolade which is a reflection of
the enormous amount of hard work put in by everyone in the School."
Guardian League tables cited the following subjects at Leicester as being in the
UK top 10:
of Art (10th)
The Times league tables, also published this month, identifies 16 subjects at Leicester as being in the UK top 20:
and Ancient History (7)
of Art (12)
and Electronic Engineering (16)
and Media Studies (18)
and Astronomy (19)
THES placed Leicester in the top 20 for:
assessment scores (16th)
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