Royal Holloway jumps five places in the Guardian University League Table 2018
Royal Holloway University in London has risen five places in the latest Guardian University League Table. It now ranks 40th out of 121 universities in the UK. Published on May 16th 2017, the Guardian’s 2018 table scores each university on key aspects of student life, such as teaching and career prospects.
The University has also risen in the Guardian’s 2018 subject rankings. Biosciences is up 29 places from 2017, and Royal Holloway now ranks as the UK’s fifth best university for Physics – up 12 places from last year.
This success adds to similarly good results published earlier this year in the Complete University Guide. Royal Holloway lept three places in the 2018 tables, achieving an overall ranking of 34th in the UK.
The 2018 rankings reflect Royal Holloway's commitment to student satisfaction and ongoing development. This autumn, students will benefit from new courses, as well as state-of-the-art technologies at the new Emily Wilding Davison Buildings.
See the Guardian University League Tables 2018.
See the Complete University Guide Tables 2018.