Aston University Ranking
Aston University has been ranked 42nd in the world’s leading universities under the age of 50. The University has been rated 351-400th according to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings and 358th in the QS World University Rankings.Graduate employers ranked Aston University 51st in the world for graduate employability (2012 QS World University Rankings) and was ranked in the top ten of all UK universities for the percentage of graduate employment record.
Aston has consistently been ranked in the top 20-40th in The Times and Complete University Guide UK rankings.In The Sunday Times 10-year (1998–2007) average ranking of British universities based on consistent league table performance, Aston was ranked 37th overall in the UK.
In the 2011 National Student Survey, Aston’s overall satisfaction score was 86%, well above the UK average of 83%. Aston also has had an ‘overall satisfaction’ rate above the UK average for each of the seven years of the National Student Survey so far.The 2011 Performance Indicators (produced by HEFCE) showed Aston had one of the lowest drop-out rates in the UK at 3.9%.
Aston students are the joint 15th most satisfied students out of 136 UK Universities, with the overall satisfaction level at 90%.Aston University was responsible for educating 2.3 per cent of the UK’s millionaires, placing Aston among the top 10 UK universities for producing millionaires.