- Royal Holloway performs well in global rankings for Accounting, Finance & Economics and Performing Arts
Royal Holloway performs well in global rankings for Accounting, Finance & Economics and Performing Arts
30 March 2017
Royal Holloway University had cause to celebrate this month as programmes in Accounting, Finance & Economics and Performing Arts ranked well both nationally and globally.
The School of Management's Accounting, Finance and Economics Group was ranked joint first for research in the "other" category of the BYU World Accounting Rankings, beating off competition from the University of Edinburgh and University of York.
The University is also amongst the world's top universities and conservatoires for the study of performing arts after being named 14th in the world and 6th in the UK for the second year running according to the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017.
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