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Imperial College London

www.imperial.ac.uk HQ: London, United Kingdom

An Imperial College London PhD Student said:

“Good for the PhD education”
“Culture diversity, good training system and supervision.” –
145 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.9 Employees are “Satisfied”

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Imperial College London President & Rector Sir Keith O’Nions

Sir Keith O’Nions
77% Approve

Oxford University

www.ox.ac.uk HQ: Oxford, United Kingdom

An Oxford University employee said:

“An amazing and unique place with a lot of smart and interesting people”
“The city is beautiful. Small but has everything you need. Great student life.” –
97 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

4.2 Employees are “Very Satisfied”

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Oxford University Chancellor Christopher Francis Patten

Christopher Francis Patten
75% Approve

University of Cambridge

www.cam.ac.uk HQ: Cambridge, United Kingdom

An University of Cambridge PhD Student said:

“Great place to do a PhD in AstroPhysics/Cosmology”
“As with many PhDs, you are very flexible in choosing your working hours. Also really nice and friendly social atmosphere, with tea and coffee breaks throughout the day where quite a few people get…” –
94 Reviews

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4.4 Employees are “Very Satisfied”

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University of Cambridge Vice Chancellor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz

Sir Leszek Borysiewicz
100% Approve

University College London

www.ucl.ac.uk HQ: London, United Kingdom

An University College London Research Associate said:

“Good work environment, and good career prospects”
“University work allows for a balanced work/life.All conditions to conduct your research, especially when it is funded externally. Big university that gives you access to wide range of experts for…” –
62 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

4.4 Employees are “Very Satisfied”

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Michael Arthur
87% Approve

University of Edinburgh

www.ed.ac.uk HQ: Edinburgh, United Kingdom

An University of Edinburgh employee said:

“Secure and safe but lacks dynamism”
“The pay was great - well above sector averages. Decent holiday allocation and benefits too. You will work with lots of interesting and intelligent colleagues. It's also great to work for such a…” –
45 Reviews

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4.1 Employees are “Very Satisfied”

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University of Edinburgh Principal Sir Timothy O'Shea

Sir Timothy O'Shea
98% Approve

University of Manchester

www.manchester.ac.uk HQ: Manchester, United Kingdom

An University of Manchester PhD Student said:

“Perhaps one of the most disappointing universities you could ever find.”
“A good reputation/ranking in the world. The city life is ok.” –
54 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.5 Employees are “Satisfied”

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University of Manchester Vice-Chancellor & President Nancy Rothwell

Nancy Rothwell
78% Approve

University of Leeds

www.leeds.ac.uk HQ: Leeds, United Kingdom

An University of Leeds Sub Warden said:

“The overall experience was satisfactory and pleasant.”
“The experience gained here is invaluable. Every minute detail would be a great insight. The team work would inhibit quite a lot of new talents and there is much more that can be learnt .” –
44 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

3.7 Employees are “Satisfied”

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University of Leeds Vice Chancellor Michael Arthur

Michael Arthur
70% Approve

University of Nottingham

www.nottingham.ac.uk HQ: Nottingham, United Kingdom

An University of Nottingham Research Secretary said:

“best company to work for”
“they take into account what directions you want your career to go and do everything they can to help you achieve your goals” –
51 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

4.0 Employees are “Satisfied”

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Professor David Greenaway
87% Approve

LSE

www.lse.ac.uk HQ: London, United Kingdom

A LSE employee said:

“Great place to work”
“Has a solid set pay structure with generous annual leave (especially considering the additional school closure at Easter and Christmas). Provides plenty of opportunities to learn with grants offered…” –
37 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

4.1 Employees are “Very Satisfied”

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Judith Rees
84% Approve

University of Sheffield

www.shef.ac.uk HQ: Sheffield, United Kingdom

An University of Sheffield employee said:

“Not so good. not so bad. experience”
“Friendly and helpful colleagues, flexible working pattern, Work life balance, Great learning opportunities.” –
34 Reviews

Overall Company Rating

4.2 Employees are “Very Satisfied”

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University of Sheffield Chancellor Sir Peter Middleton

Sir Peter Middleton
87% Approve