University of Manchester leads THE Impact Rankings 2021 - 04 May 2021

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University of Manchester leads THE Impact Rankings 2021

04 May 2021

The University of Manchester has been named the world's best university for action taken towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals following the publication of the THE Impact Rankings 2021.

The Times Higher Education Impact Rankings analyse the focus and commitment of universities to take positive action on sustainable development. The University Of Manchester has been recognised for its ongoing work to be sustainable and support a greener future, its impactful research and providing new opportunities for students and support for staff.

President and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell said: “We’re absolutely delighted to top the world in the Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings in 2021, but more importantly we’re pleased to be part of a growing community of universities committed to measuring and sharing their societal impact."

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