University of Leeds named University of the Year 2017 by Times & Sunday Times
03 October 2016
The University of Leeds has been named University of the Year 2017 by The Times and The Sunday Times’ Good University Guide.
The University is now 13th the national rankings after three successive rises, and strong results in the National Student Survey, along with an impressive study abroad programme, helped Leeds win the coveted award.
Sir Allan Langlands, the vice-chancellor of Leeds, said: “Leeds is an outstanding university which prides itself in offering the very best student experience. Guides and league tables can only provide a snapshot of what the University does, but this award is testament to a huge amount of hard work and commitment by students and staff, and positions us as one of the world’s best universities.”
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