Top by subject

The subject rankings are based on student opinion on teaching quality and their wider university experience, combined with the outcomes of the 2014 research assessments, graduate job prospects and course entry standards.

Cambridge (top in 31 subjects) - Aeronautical and manufacturing engineering; Anthropology; Archaeology and forensic science; Biological sciences; Celtic studies; Chemical engineering; Chemistry; Classics and ancient history; Computer science; East and south Asian studies; Education; Electrical and electronic engineering; French; General engineering; Geography and environmental sciences; German; History; History of art, architecture and design; Iberian languages; Italian; Land and property management; Law; Materials technology; Mathematics; Mechanical engineering; Pharmacology and pharmacy; Physics and astronomy; Russian and eastern European languages; Sociology; Theology and religious studies; Town and country planning and landscape

Oxford (5) - Economics; Linguistics; Medicine; Politics; Psychology

St Andrews (5) - Anatomy and physiology; Business studies; English; Middle Eastern and African studies; Philosophy

Birmingham (3) - American studies; Hospitality, leisure, recreation and tourism; Sports science

Glasgow (3) - Animal science; Dentistry; Nursing

Imperial College London (2) - Civil engineering; Geology

Lancaster (2) - Drama, dance and cinematics; Social work

Leeds (2) - Accounting and finance; Social policy

Newcastle (2) - Art and design; Communication and media studies

Bangor - Radiography

Bath - Architecture

Durham - Music

Edinburgh - Veterinary medicine

Lincoln - Agriculture and forestry

Loughborough - Librarianship and information management

University College London - Building

Southampton - Physiotherapy

Strathclyde - Subjects allied to medicine

Surrey - Food science

Warwick - Creative writing

York - Criminology