Loughborough rises to 12th place in 'Table of Tables'
Loughborough University has risen again in the Times Higher Education 2016 ‘Table of Tables’opens in a new window, taking 12th place.
The league table is based on the combined results of the UK’s three main domestic university rankings.
Loughborough is ranked in the top 15 in each of the most recent national league tables, cementing its status as one of the country’s leading higher education institutions.
Speaking about the ‘Table of Tables’, Loughborough University Vice Chancellor Professor Robert Allison said: “We are delighted that the University is continuing to rise up the league tables. It is further recognition of the unique environment we have created at the campus.”
|1||University of Cambridge|
|2||University of Oxford|
|3||University of St Andrews|
|4||Imperial College London|
|6||University of Warwick|
|7||University of Surrey|
|8||London School of Economics|
|9||University of Exeter|
|10||University of Bath|
|= 12||Loughborough University|
|= 12||University College London|
|14||University of Southampton|
|15||University of Birmingham|
|= 16||University of East Anglia|
|= 16||University of York|
|18||University of Leeds|
|19||University of Sussex|
|20||University of Kent|
|21||University of Edinburgh|
|22||University of Bristol|
|= 24||University of Nottingham|
|= 24||Newcastle University|
|26||University of Sheffield|
|= 27||Heriot-Watt University|
|= 27||University of Glasgow|
|29||King's College London|
|30||University of Leicester|