London has been hailed the official global university capital by Times Higher Education (THE).
THE selected 18 of the best global cities for higher education, basing its rankings on cities that host the most universities that appear in the latest Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
Described as a “formidable hub of higher education”, London has nine institutions in THE’s World University Rankings top 400. And four universities are in the top 40, including Imperial College London (10), University College London (21), London School of Economics and Political Science (32), King’s College London(38).
London is the most diverse city in the world, as a quarter of the capital’s 400,000 university students come from overseas from more than 200 different nations.
Students have an amazing course choice with 30,000 university courses at London’s 45 universities.
London has been hailed the second best city for students in global rankings drawn up by the QS Best Student Cities. The index assesses cities based on five key categories: university rankings, student mix, quality of living, employer activity and affordability. Missing the top slot by only two points, the UK capital had the […]
It’s official: London is one of the best places in the world to study with four universities at the top of a prestigious global ranking of higher education institutions. The city boasts four top 40 universities – up from three last year – in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings. This is more […]
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