top 5 colleges in University of London

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hi,could anyone list top 5 colleges in uni of london??I can not find these data,and it would be very helpful for me.
thanks very much in advance............
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hi,could anyone list top 5 colleges in uni of london??I can not find these data,and it would be very helpful for me.
thanks very much in advance............

I doubt there are such ratings...but purely subjectively i would rate them in this order (* note it is just my opinion *)

1- LSE/Imperial
2) UCL
3) Kings

* soas is a hard one as it is a specialist uni
* i dont know much about London Met and City...sorry
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hi,could anyone list top 5 colleges in uni of london??I can not find these data,and it would be very helpful for me.
thanks very much in advance............
It depends what you're looking for. If you're a scientist then definitely Imperial. For the social sciences, especially politics and economics, the the LSE is definitely the best. For humanities I'd say overall UCL is the best, but for philosophy KCL has a better reputation, and Heythrop is best for religious studies. For medicine probably St George's. It really depends on the person.

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The Royal Veterinary College, UOL is also very difficult to get into to study veterinary medicine! Its offers are AAA/AAB so I would have thought that most students there have those grades...otherwise I would say Imperial, then UCL, then Kings.
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Imperial best for sciences
LSE best for social sciences
UCL good for most things........these are top3

Royal Holloway always seems to be around top20, doesnt get mentioned much. Its part of University of London, but I think most of is in the countryside (surrey i think) and apparently it has some very beautiful buildings.
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It depends what you're looking for. If you're a scientist then definitely Imperial. For the social sciences, especially politics and economics, the the LSE is definitely the best. For humanities I'd say overall UCL is the best, but for philosophy KCL has a better reputation, and Heythrop is best for religious studies. For medicine probably St George's. It really depends on the person.

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so how many colleges are there in total in uni of london??
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so how many colleges are there in total in uni of london??
Loads, if you must ask. 5 of my courses I have applied to are part of University of London.
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Generally:

1 - Imperial
2 - LSE
3 - UCL
4 - King's
5 - Queen Mary
6 - Royal Holloway

Also loads of specialist institutions, such as Royal Vetinary or St. Georges.

It really depends.

Also QM is 3rd for law after KCL and UCL.

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