In June, The Times published The Good University Guide 2009, which lists among the UK's top universities factors such as student satisfaction, quality of research, and student and staff ratio. While many aspects need to be taken into account when deciding which institution to apply, I have come to the conclusion that one of the most popular online queries concerns the number of simple university students. Below is a list of listed universities in the Times rankings and the number of enrolling students.
Imperial College London. The highest ranking sites in metropolitan colleges, The Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, ranked third in The Times. More than a hundred years ago, when the college spent a century, 13,410 students attended a total of 5,060 at postgraduate level. The institution is located in South Kensington, and the current acceptance of university recordings is 17.5 percent.
University of Birmingham. In Birmingham, the second largest city in the world, The Birmingham University is currently the highest ranked number in The Times 25. The number of students compared to Imperial is lower, but the number of students is much higher. In the 06/07, the total number of students was 30 415 and 11 935 were postgraduate studies. From 2008, the institution is now divided into five colleges, each having its own expertise.
University of Essex. So, to find the right student share ratio, do you decide to enroll in a smaller university? The emerging Essex University follows this rule by 14.1 per student. The Higher Education Statistics Agency reported that between 2006 and 2007 a total of 11,660 students attended, numbering 3,305. Although a reliable young university, the institution is increasingly concerned about the conditions of online education.
University of Oxford. According to Times, the highest ranking, Oxford University remains for a year. This honor is due to the ratio of good students and staff to 11.6 and the 84% satisfaction rate of students. Between 2006 and 2007, there were 19,070 students and more than one third were postgraduate. Accepting public school students was 25 percent in 2006.