QMUL rose eight places in Times Higher Education World University Ranking to 98th in the world and is ranked 16th in the UK.
The Times Higher Education World University Ranking is one of the most respected league tables in the world. It takes into account teaching, research, citations, international outlook and industry income.
President and Principal of Queen Mary, Professor Simon Gaskell, said: “Our remarkable rise up the rankings in such a short space of time is testament to the calibre of the academic and professional services staff at QMUL and demonstrates our continued ambition to improve our teaching and research.”
QMUL has been rising rapidly up World University Ranking, jumping nearly fifty places in just three years from 145th in 2012.
In particular QMUL was praised for its international outlook where it ranks in the top 10 per cent worldwide.
Professor Gaskell, continued: “We are proud of our ability to attract and nurture the best students and staff regardless of their background. Our strong links with universities and academics from around the world allow our students both from here in the UK and elsewhere to take a full part in a modern global community.”
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