29 June 2020
Universities in the 'Golden Age' ranking were established between 1945 and 1966 and the ranking takes its name from what was considered a 'Golden Age' in global higher education, following rapid university expansion and increased research investment.
In total, 24 UK universities made the global top 100 - the strongest presence on the list - with University of Southampton, University of York, Lancaster University, University of Exeter and University of Surrey also making the top 100.
If you are interested in studying at a Golden Age UK university, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK London today.
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