Times Higher Education Reveal 2017’s Most International Universities
06 February 2017
Times Higher Education have revealed the most international universities of 2017, with Imperial College London the leading UK university in fifth.
Professor Alice Gast, President of Imperial, said: "Imperial’s excellence arises from its talented people who come from all over the world. There is something special about a global academic community where people from different cultures contribute diverse perspectives, new ideas, and fresh approaches to solving complex problems."
In total, there are 13 UK universities in the top 150, with the University of Oxford (6th), Cambridge (8th), UCL (9th) and LSE (10th) all making the top ten. The table considers the "international outlook" of institutions, including levels of international staff, students and research co-authors, as well as universities' international reputations.
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