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Cass is top London school for undergraduate business education

The Guardian University Guide 2010 ranks Cass first in London and third in the UK

Thursday, 14 May, 2009

Cass Business School has maintained the ranking of top school in London and third in the UK for undergraduate Business and Management Studies according to The Guardian University Guide 2010.
This ranking applies to all business studies, management studies, finance, accounting, marketing, human resource management and business and administrative studies.  The rankings are compiled by rating courses against the following criteria:
Teaching quality, as rated by final-year students in the national student survey (NSS) - percentage of students satisfied.
Feedback (assessment), as rated by final-year students in the NSS - percentage of students satisfied.
Spending per student - given as a banded score out of 10.
Staff-student ratio - number of students per member of teaching staff.
Job prospects - proportion of graduates who find graduate-level employment, or study full-time, within six months of graduation.
Value added - comparing students' individual degree results with their entry qualifications - given as a banded score out of 10.
Entry qualifications (Ucas tariff score).
The tables have been compiled for Education Guardian by Campus Pi, an applied research department at Brunel University. The rankings are based on official information published on universities and higher education colleges, collected by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (Hesa) and on the NSS, published by Hefce.
City University was ranked 21st out of the 100 Universities listed in this report.
To view the rankings online, please visit the Guardian website.

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