13 June 2022
The 2023 QS World University Rankings were published this week, with the University of Cambridge moving up to second overall from 3rd and the University of Oxford placing 4th.
In total, five UK universities made the top 15, with Imperial College London and University College London placing joint 6th and 8th respectively. The University of Edinburgh continued its rise up the global rankings, with the Scottish university finishing 15th overall. In total, 17 UK universities feature in the global top 100..
The QS rankings are regarded as the most highly respected of the various international league tables. Methodology is based on employer and academic reputation, class sizes, research output and international staff and students numbers. For 2023, two new indicators were also included - International Research Network and Employment Outcomes - although both were unweighted, meaning they did not contribute to the overall score of a university.
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