Bayes courses rank highly in the Complete University Guide 2024
Latest ranking places Marketing undergraduate course 2nd, Business & Management 10th and Accounting & Finance 13th nationally.
The annual league table, which uses various metrics to analyse institutional performance and helps to support prospective students make the right choice for their futures, ranked Bayes’ undergraduate offering again as the second best in the UK in the Marketing subject area, out of 91 universities. Bayes’ courses in the Business & Management category ranked 10th out of 121 universities (up two places) and Accounting & Finance ranked 13th out of 104 entries (up one place).
- The Business with Marketing course was ranked 1st for research quality in the UK, 3rd for entry standards, and 7th for graduate prospects. The course placed 1st overall in London, out of 15 universities.
- Our courses in the Business & Management category ranked 2nd for research quality in the UK, 5th for graduate prospects, and 9th for entry standards.
- Accounting & Finance (including our courses in Banking and International Finance and Investment and Financial Risk Management) ranked 2nd for research quality in the UK and ranked 3rd overall in London.
The Complete University Guide is a UK-based ranking, and it focuses on undergraduate programmes. The metrics used to measure quality include student satisfaction, research quality, graduate prospects and degree completion.
Professor Richard Payne, Deputy Dean (Programmes) of Bayes, said:
“I am delighted by our continued strong showing in these rankings. The results are a testament to the hard work of our colleagues in designing and delivering our programmes and the hard work of our students undertaking them. Altogether these combine to ensure that students can realise their career ambitions.”
Dr Martin Rich, Associate Dean for the Undergraduate Programme at Bayes, added:
“This is a fantastic reflection on the hard work by a great and committed team dedicated to delivering excellence for our undergraduates, and also to our students who make all of this happen.”