Published: 12 July 2018 at 08:44
University features in inaugural league table naming best universities in Europe
Anglia Ruskin University has been praised by its students for providing a high level of teaching and excellent learning facilities, placing in the top 250 in the inaugural Europe Teaching Rankings published last night by the Times Higher Education magazine.
The university has placed 201+ in the rankings, which analyses the European Student Survey carried out by Times Higher, in which students are asked to rate their institution out of 10 on a range of issues.
Anglia Ruskin scored particularly highly against median scores for other UK institutions for quality of learning facilities (8.3/10), access to learning materials (average score of 8.7/10), support for critical thinking (8.3/10) and for making it easy to contact lecturers and faculties (8.4/10).
The rankings are based on four key areas:
In explaining its methodology, the Times Higher’s website states:
Based on data from this survey, Anglia Ruskin also won the Datapoints Merit category at the recent Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards (THELMAs), for access to learning and the quality of its teaching facilities. This award focused on universities delivering learning facilities that are highly rated by their students, but are delivered cost-effectively.