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|Rankings at a glance|
|Rank in 2002||99|
|Rank in 2001||61|
|3 year average rank||81|
|Alumni career progress|
|Salary today (US$)||9,60985,220|
|Weighted salary (US$)||9,60985,220|
|Salary percentage increase||3296|
|Value for money ratio||3.2|
|Value for money rank||9|
|Career progress rank||19|
|Aims achieved rank||23|
|Placement success rank||73|
|Employed at three months (%)||2546|
|Alumni recommend rank||85|
|Women faculty (%)||222|
|Women students (%)||1434|
|Women board (%)||09|
|International faculty (%)||234|
|International students (%)||386|
|International board (%)||070|
|International mobility rank||5|
|International experience rank||19|
|Faculty with doctorates (%)||1191|
|FT doctoral rank||81|
|FT research rank||193|
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