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Top 10 result in Guardian University League Tables 2017

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Accounting and Finance at Henley Business School has been ranked 9th in the UK in the Guardian University League Tables 2017, climbing 3 places since last year.

The subject area also gained excellent results in elsewhere in the table, with 96% satisfied with their course and 91% satisfied with the teaching. Part of the triple-accredited Henley Business School, the ICMA Centre delivers a range of specialised undergraduate degrees in finance, including BSc Finance and Investment Banking, and BSc Finance and Management with the University of Venice.

The business school as a whole also saw improvements to all subject areas in the Guardian rankings. This isn’t the first time Henley has moved up in the rankings in recent weeks, with Accounting and Finance reaching the UK top 10 for graduate prospects and quality of research in the Complete University Guide 2017.

Click here to view the full table on the Guardian website

Published 24 May 2016
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