Two University of Nottingham veterinary school courses have been named number one in the UK in the latest national league tables.

Veterinary medicine” and “animal science” topped their respective tables in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2015. This is the second year in a row “veterinary medicine” has come top of its category.

Gary England, foundation dean of the school of veterinary medicine and science, said: “We are exceptionally pleased to once again be recognised as the best place to study veterinary medicine in the UK in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2015.

“The fact we have received this placing for the second year running reflects our excellent teaching, facilities and, of course, our fantastic students.”

Veterinary medicine has also been consistently voted a number one course in the national student survey since 2011.

The latest rankings also show law in fourth position and features top-10 positions for English, economics, physics and chemistry.

The University of Nottingham’s graduates are the most in-demand in Britain, according to a survey of The Times Top 100 graduate employers. The university has always done well in the annual High Fliers’ Graduate Market study — it was second in 2013 — but this is the first year it came out on top.

Last year it also made the top 50 of a global employability university survey based on the views of 2,700 recruiters in 20 countries.

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