Royal Holloway climbs six places in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018. The University ranks fourth among the highest performing institutions in London and 28th in the top 30 universities in the country.
This achievement speaks highly of the continued efforts staff put into developing and supporting students. “We are dedicated to inspiring our students to succeed through our high-quality teaching and world-class research,” says Professor Paul Layzell, Principal at Royal Holloway.
The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide rankings provide a thorough overview of higher education in Britain.The ranking factors incorporate a number of different metrics, including the outcome of the National Student Survey (NSS). Students gave Royal Holloway an overall satisfaction score of 88% in the NSS this year and the University has gone from strength to strength in other respected guides, such as the Guardian University League Table 2018.
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