The University of Oxford has emerged as the top-ranked university law faculty according to a major study of student perceptions carried out by Legal Week’s research arm, with the institution ranked ‘excellent’ by significantly more of its students than its nearest rival, the University of Cambridge. Legal Week Intelligence’s 2011 Law Student Report, which surveyed more than 3,700 law students at leading UK universities and Graduate Diploma in Law course providers, found 78% of Oxford students rated its teaching as ‘excellent’, with Cambridge University placing second, with 69.5%.
3,700 polled: LW report finds Oxford, Cambridge, UCL best rated The University of Oxford has emerged as the top-ranked university law faculty according to a major study of student perceptions carried...
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