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Lancaster is ranked in the Top 10 in all three major UK university league tables: The Times/Sunday Times, the Guardian and the Complete University Guide. The University is also ranked in the Top 1% of universities globally.
Students at Lancaster University are more satisfied with their course than the average UK student according to the latest National Student Survey, in which the University achieved 91% on the 'overall student satisfaction' score, placing it firmly amongst the top 10 UK universities for that parameter. These results reflect the dedication of staff who work hard to ensure that every student who comes here will receive the very best education.
The University is frequently singled out for its high levels of graduate employment; 97% of Lancaster University graduates have gone into work or further study within six months of graduating, and 82% of graduates are in graduate level work or further study.
Lancaster is proud to be one of only a handful of UK universities to have a collegiate system. We have nine colleges in total, eight for undergraduate students and one for postgraduate students.
Each and every one of our students is assigned to a specific college upon starting study at Lancaster, independent of your field of study, making for a lively, welcoming and diverse community where it's easy to make life-long friends with students of many nationalities and academic specialisms.
There are currently over 90 students from Hong Kong studying undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses on our Lancaster campus.
|The four faculties||
Arts and Social Sciences
-English and Creative Writing
-Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts (Art, Design, Film, Theatre)
-Languages and Cultures (Chinese, French, German, Italian, Spanish)
-Law School (Criminology, Law)
-Linguistics and English Language
-Politics, Philosophy and Religion
-Sociology (Media and Cultural Studies, Social Work, Sociology, Gender and Women’s Studies)
Health and Medicine
-Biomedical and Life Sciences
-Centre for Education, Training and Development (CETAD)
Science and Technology
-Computing and Communications
-Lancaster Environment Centre (Biological Sciences, Environmental Science, Geography)
-Mathematics and Statistics
Management School (LUMS)
-Accounting and Finance
-Entrepreneurship, Strategy and Innovation
-Leadership and Management
-Organisation, Work and Technology
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Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences with the School of Law and the departments of Applied Social Science, Educational research, English and Creative Writing, European Languages and Cultures, History, Linguistics and English Language, Politics, Philosophy & Religion and Sociology. It also includes the Institutes for Cultural Research, for Health Research, Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts (LICA), for Art, Design, Film, Theatre Studies, and the Ruskin centre.
Postgraduate Statistics Centre
Faculty of Health and Medicine, which has partnerships with other departments such as neuroscience (Psychology), medical ethics (Law), NHS leadership (Management School), disability studies (Applied Social Science) and environment and health (Lancaster Environment Centre). The Faculty comprises four divisions: Biomedical and Life Sciences, CETAD, Health Research and Lancaster Medical School.
Faculty of Science and Technology, including Biological Sciences; Chemistry; Engineering; Lancaster Environment Centre (including Environmental Sciences; Geography; and Biology); Mathematics and Statistics; Natural Sciences; Physics; Psychology, and School of Computing and Communications
Faculty of Management (Lancaster University Management School) comprises Accounting and Finance; Economics; Leadership and Management; Management Science; Marketing; Organisation, Work and Technology; Entrepreneurship, Strategy and Innovation and the centres for the Study of Technology & Organisation (CSTO); International Centre for Research in Accounting (ICRA); Lancaster Centre for Forecasting (LCF); Gulf One Lancaster Centre for Economics Research; Sir Roland Smith Centre for Strategic Management; Centre for Family Business; Lancaster China Management Centre (LCMC); Pentland Centre for Sustainability in Business and Centre for Performance-Led HR (CPHR).