The Guardian’s Undergraduate Philosophy Rankings

The Guardian has published its 2019 “University Guide,” a set of rankings of schools aimed primarily at undergraduate students. The guide includes discipline-specific rankings, including for philosophy.

Each department’s “Guardian Score” is based on a combination of factors, including final-year student evaluations of the course of study and the teachers, the staff-to-student ratio, the money spent on each student, the academic profile of the average entrants to the programs of study, an assessment of how much students learn in the program, the extent to which graduates of the programs are employed or are pursuing graduate degrees, and the extent to which first-year students continue to study the subject in their second year.

Here are the philosophy rankings:

You can view the rankings on The Guardian‘s site, here, and further information about the methodology here.

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