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This uni has just been named the worst in the UK


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The University of Suffolk has been ranked the worst university in the UK by The Complete University Guide, placing 129th in their 2018 League Table.

The league table ranks universities in terms of entry requirements, student satisfaction rates, graduate prospects and research quality. Each of these categories is combined into the university’s overall score.

The University of Suffolk received an overall score of 337.

Having only been given the title University of Suffolk in August 2016, it is one of the newest universities in the UK. Prior to this it was known as University Campus Suffolk and did not hold the necessary Taught Degree Awarding Powers for gaining university status.

The university’s entry requirements were scored at 276, a higher score than many other institutions on the league table. London South Bank, Northampton and London Metropolitan are just some of the universities with lower entry requirements.

However the University of Suffolk doesn’t produce any research and was consequently scored 0 for research quality, likely a big factor in securing them last place on the league table.

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