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Top in London for all courses in the 2015 Guardian league tables

Students

Kingston University and St George’s, University of London joint Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education is ranked top in London for all its courses in the 2015 Guardian league tables. The ranking reflects the consistently high performance of the Faculty over the past three for teaching quality, research excellence and favourable student feedback. It is also the reason an estimate 85 percent of all our students obtaining employment within six months of graduating.

Dean, Professor Andy Kent, said the achievement is a testament to the excellence of the Faculty at Kingston and St George’s.

“The achievement is the result of the very hard work of both our staff and partners to deliver a dynamic learning experience for our students across two leading London universities,” he said.

“It is a small step to achieving our vision to support a knowledge-based health, social care and education economy and service reconfiguration and to contribute to making London a ‘healthy city’ through high quality education, workforce innovation and research excellence.”

The Guardian league tables are considered a definitive guide by parents and students alike when choosing an institution of higher / specialist education.

Visit www.guardian.co.uk for more information.