Government, Policy and Society with Quantitative Methods, MA (Hons)

University of Edinburgh

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Uni rankings

  • Uni Compare Ranking
    16 / 425
  • Guardian Ranking
    30 / 120

About this University

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  Grade & tariff information
source: hesa.ac.uk

Tariff information

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Grades accepted

  • UCAS Points
    184
  • A Levels
    A*A*A*
  • Scottish Highers
    AAA
  Graduate information
source: hesa.ac.uk

Graduate employment prospects

  • JOBS NAME
    PERC
  • Business and public service associate professionals
    35
  • Welfare and housing associate professionals
    10
  • Elementary occupations
    10
  Graduate information
source: NSS

92% of students strongly agree that staff are good explaining things

92%

96% of students believe that the staff made the subject interesting to study

96%

68% of students agreed that the course was intellectually stimulating

68%

96% of past students believe assessment marketing was fair

96%

71% of students agreed that feedback on work helped them understand further

71%

58% of past students believe they received enough advice and support for their studies

58%

87% of students agreed that the timetable was well thought-out

87%

88% of past students agreed that the course was well organised

88%

82% of students believed that the library provided enough resources for their course

82%

76% of past students thought that the course helped them grow their confidence

76%
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