07 September 2016
The QS World University Rankings 2016/17 were published earlier this week, with four UK universities remaining in the top 10 globally.
Cambridge (4th), Oxford (6th), University College London (7th) and Imperial College London (9th) all featured prominently, with a total of 48 UK institutions making the top 400. London universities continue to dominate in terms of global cities, with more top 40 institutions in the UK capital than in any other city in the world.
The QS World University Rankings are based on four categories: research, teaching, employability and internationalisation, factoring in six indicators: academic reputation, employer reputation, faculty student ratio, citations per faculty, international students, and international faculty.
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