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Good news for Arts & Humanities subjects in Guardian University Guide

Posted on 24/05/2012

The Guardian’s University Guide launched its league tables for courses starting in 2013 this week, which brought great news for the School of Arts & Humanities. Many departments climbed several places, with others maintaining already excellent rankings and the College coming out on top in the Media Studies, Communications and Librarianship category. King’s College London maintains its place among the top 40 universities in the country.

English and Theology & Religious Studies climbed an impressive 12 places in their subject rankings and now sit at 15 and 7 respectively, while Classics, Modern Languages (which includes French, German and Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Studies) and Music also made improvements. What’s more, Theology & Religious Studies had the highest teaching satisfaction at 100% (NSS 2011).

Meanwhile, Philosophy retained 5th place and Film Studies, which falls under the Media Studies, Communications and Librarianship category, remained at the top of the table while improving even further on its scores for course satisfaction and feedback.

The full league tables, broken down by subject area, can be found on The Guardian’s website

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