Royal Holloway, University of London, has risen six places in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018, making it the fourth highest performing university in Greater London and ranked at 28 it is a top 30 UK university.
The rankings, which will be published this Sunday, 24 September, provide a comprehensive overview of higher education in Britain. It includes profiles on 131 universities and the definitive UK universities rankings. The rankings incorporate the performance of universities in the National Student Survey (NSS) as well as metrics including employment prospects and degree results achieved.
In the 2017 NSS, Royal Holloway was ranked as the highest performing London university for student satisfaction for the third year running. In particular, students taking part in NSS 2017 highlighted the university’s high-quality teaching, outstanding levels of academic support and learning opportunities.
Professor Paul Layzell, Principal at Royal Holloway, said: “The rise in such a highly regarded guide, is a result of our university’s commitment to its student community. We are dedicated to inspiring our students to succeed through our high-quality teaching and world-class research.”