Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology retains 5th place position on Guardian University Guide 2018
Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology has been recognised once again in the Guardian University Guide 2018, maintaining a position of 5th place, alongside Leicester and under Durham, UCL, Cambridge and Oxford.
Keith Dobney, Head of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology at University of Liverpool said:
Maintaining such a high position in the Guardian University Guide 2018 shows the true strength and depth of our teaching and research ethos. It is testament to the dedication and commitment of both the staff and students in the Department of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology.
The Guardian University Guide says of their rankings:
“Our guide is different from other guides you might come across on the web. Very few of them rank universities. We do, by carefully combining scores for the aspects of university life that matter most to students.
Students need to know how good the teaching is. Will they get regular feedback on their work? What do other students think of the course? And do they stand a good chance of finding a job when they graduate? Answers to all these questions are contained in our tables.”