We continue looking into the latest annual University Guide by the British newspaper Guardian which includes detailed league tables of all subject areas taught at UK universities.
This time, we decided to find out the best universities to study another popular and high-demand subject - Business and management.
The universities were evaluated according to such criteria as general satisfaction with the course, teaching and feedback, student-to-staff ratio, and career prospects after 15 months.
Here are the top 5 and the number of courses in this area they offer (interestingly, sometimes the course in business and/or management is combined with such subjects as modern languages, statistics, maths, and even Middle East studies):
1. Oxford (1 course - BA (hons) economics & management)
2. The University of St Andrews (3 courses, including MA (hons) modern languages (German & Spanish) & management (optional year abroad))
3. University of Warwick (10 courses, including BSc (hons) computer science with business studies (optional sandwich year, optional year abroad))
4. London School of Economics and Political Science (1 course - BSc (hons) management (optional year abroad))
5. UCL (University College London) (16 courses)
Guardian’s top ten includes the University of Bath, Loughborough University, The University of Glasgow, King's College London, University of Leeds.
An A-level (or equivalent) in maths, economics or business studies.