Times Higher Education releases ‘Table of Tables’ 2017
21 October 2016
The ‘Table of Tables’ 2017 ranking has been released by Times Higher Education, with Cambridge and Loughborough both impressing.
The University of Cambridge finished top of the table for the sixth year in a row, but it was Loughborough University who made the biggest impression as they moved into sixth position, from 12th in 2016. The Table of Tables ranking combines the results of the three main UK university league tables into one ranking.
Other UK universities making an impression included City, University of London and Falmouth University, who both moved into the top 30 for the first time, while the University of Nottingham (20th) and King’s College London (25th) rose four places each.
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