This quarter University of Derby occupies the top slot maintaining their previous position in the INDEX. Their score decreased by 0.10 from 7.88 in the last quarter. Cardiff University showed the greatest improvement moving up 178 places in the INDEX with a score increase of 1.12 from 2.58 last quarter.

At the other end of the table, bottom place is College of West Anglia  with a score of just 0.08  and the biggest faller was Craven College who dropped 127 places.

The Top Ten Websites

  1. University of Derby
  2. London South Bank University
  3. MidKent College
  4. Shrewsbury Colleges Group
  5. The University of West London
  6. Newman University
  7. South Essex College of Further & Higher Education (Partner of the University of Essex)
  8. Myerscough College
  9. Heriot-Watt University
  10. University of Lincoln

The Bottom Five Websites

  1. Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts
  2. Barnfield College
  3. Croydon College
  4. Accrington & Rossendale College
  5. College of West Anglia  

The Sitemorse 2019 Q2/UK Higher Education INDEX was published on 7th May 2019. A This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to run through the results will be held on 25th June @ 10.00. 


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