King’s College London enters top 15 in the world for Arts and Humanities
06 November 2015
King’s College London, who will be attending the UK University Fair at the Lancaster London Hotel this weekend, are now ranked in the top 15 in the THE World University Rankings for Arts & Humanities. Previously listed as 23rd in the 2014/15 world rankings for this category, King’s joins, Oxford, UCL and Cambridge as the fourth UK university to enter the world’s top fifteen.
Professor Russell Goulbourne, Dean for the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at King’s College London said 'We are delighted by our rise from 23rd to 15th in the latest Times Higher Education World University Rankings for Arts and Humanities. We performed well in the recent Research Excellence Framework and today’s announcement is further recognition of our world-leading education and research in Arts and Humanities.'
King's College London as a whole rose 13 places in the THE World University Rankings to 27th and recently rose to 8th place in the 2015/16 THE Subject Ranking for Clinical, Pre-clinical and Health.
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