Global rankings identify Study Group partners as world leading universities

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33 Study Group university partners feature in the 2023 Times Higher Education World University Rankings, including University of Oxford and Imperial College, London, ranked first and tenth respectively - both partners of Study Group’s digital learning platform insendi.

Published today as the “definitive list of the world’s best universities”, the annual ranking applies a methodology that includes assessing the international outlooks of universities, in recognition of the positive impact that international students have on a university’s global reputation.

Around a quarter of the Study Group and insendi university partners in the rankings have achieved a top 50 position, with just under one third making the prestigious top 100, and more than 80 percent ranking in the top 500.

These include Johns Hopkins University at 15, NYU Stern School of Business at 24 and University of Melbourne at 34.

Notable jumps include ETH Zurich climbing four places to rank at 11 and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology rising eight places from 66 to 58.

Dr Mark Cunnington, Study Group Chief Learning Experience Officer, comments:

“Congratulations to all our partner universities who have been recognised in The THE World University Rankings this year. We are proud to collaborate with so many world class institutions. 

“As the higher education sector adapts to changing social, political and economic influences, global innovation in teaching delivery is increasingly helping to deliver positive experiences for students. Top ranked institutions such as the University of Oxford and Imperial College, London, have worked with us to offer students more choice and flexibility through the introduction of insendi, an intuitive blended learning platform that provides a premium, pedagogically focused experience.” 

The THE World University Rankings 2023 are based on indicators that measure an institution’s teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook.