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The University of Surrey has risen in all major league tables for UK universities in the past year.
We climbed from eighth to sixth place in The Guardian University Guide, moved up to eighth place in the Complete University Guide 2016 and achieved eleventh position in The Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide 2015.
If you want a university that gives you the best possible chance of a great career, then Surrey's the place for you. Surrey's students are the most employable in the UK.
1st • Electronic and Electrical Engineering
2nd • Hospitality, Event Management and Tourism
3rd • Modern Languages and Linguistics
4th • Civil Engineering
5th • Drama and Dance
6th • Politics
6th • Economics
9th • Computer Science and Information Systems
9th • Sociology
10th • Accounting and Finance
11th • Psychology
12th • Mechanical Engineering
The University of Surrey has many courses for students to choose from, offering a variety of subjects at undergraduate level. The University is well-received by local and international students, with submissions to the university increasing by 55% between 2006 and 2008. As of 2011 there are 14,441 students and over 2,300 staff at the University of Surrey.
The City of Guildford
The University of Surrey is situated in Guildford, Surrey. It is near the airports of Heathrow and Gatwick, and is only 40 minutes away from London Waterloo station by train.
Guildford has a range of attractions for just about everyone.
Leisure: The Guildford Spectrum leisure complex has swimming pools, an ice rink, a bowling alley and more.
Shopping: Tunsgate Square Shopping Centre is an attractive shopping town located in the heart of Guildford.
Food: There is a wide range of restaurants, cafes, fast food outlets and pubs to choose from.
Movies: The Odeon cinema is situated very close to the town centre, opposite the Guildford central train station.
Arts: There are a number of galleries in Guildford, including the Watts Gallery, the Harvey Gallery and the Red Biddy Gallery. Guildford also houses Guildford's Yvonne Arnaud Theatre.
Historical Monuments: Guildford is home to the Guildford Cathedral and the Guildford Castle.
Nature: Cruise down the river at the Guildford Boathouse, trek with Llamas in the Surrey Hills or visit the Loseley Park and Gardens.
Why Choose the University of Surrey?
The University of Surrey concentrates on research that is pertinent and applicable. It also possesses and manages the Surrey Research Park, which is a research centre for technology, science, health and engineering.
International Student Body
The University of Surrey has a practice of accepting international students from all over the world. It has students from more than 145 different countries. A sizeable amount of university accommodation is available, with the majority being single study bedrooms with a shared kitchen and either shared or ensuite bathroom facilities. There is also many clubs to choose from at the University of Surrey, including over 20 international societies.
No. 1 in Graduate Employment
Most of all, the University of Surrey is notorious for its steady and unsurpassed graduate employment track record. Graduates from the University of Surrey have fantastic employment prospects and are constantly ranked as the most employable graduates of any UK University. As reported by The Guardian in February 2011, the University of Surrey is rated number 1 for graduate employability in the UK by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA). The University of Surrey believes that this is because 65% of its undergraduate students take on an industrial placement during the duration of their studies.
No. 1 in Hospitality and Tourism
The University of Surrey is ranked number 1 among all the UK universities for Tourism, according to both the Times Good University Guide 2013 and The Guardian University Guide 2011.
The University of Surrey's Ranking
Information extracted from The Times Good University Guide 2014
Information extracted from The Times Good University Guide 2015
Information extracted from The Guardian University Guide 2011
|Aeronautical and Manufacturing Engineering||8||BioSciences||9|
|Civil Engineering||7||Computer Science||26|
|Chemical Engineering||10||Drama and Dance||19|
|Chemistry||20||Electrical and Electronic Eng||2|
|Electrical and Electronic Engineering||2||Tourism and Leisure management||1|
|Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation and Tourism||1||Nursing||16|
Foundation Courses @University of Surrey ISC
The International Foundation Year at the University of Surrey International Study Centre offers a bridging pathway for students with GCE O Levels.
There are three foundation routes to choose from:
Students successfully completing the foundation program commencing in September and January can apply for progression to the 1st year of the Undergraduate degree course in September at the University.
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