Study Group UK university partners top The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2023 rankings

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18 of Study Group’s UK university partners have ranked in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2023 released today, including seven in the Top 20.

University of Oxford, a partner of Study Group’s digital learning platform insendi, took top spot in the rankings, closely followed by Imperial College London at fifth and Durham University in sixth spot.

Notable jumps up the table were recorded by University of Surrey (22), as well as Cardiff University (25) - both climbing 10 places from last year.

In addition, Lancaster University (12), University of Strathclyde (18), University of Aberdeen (19) and The University of Sheffield (20) all celebrate a Top 20 spot.

With University of Leeds at 23, Royal Holloway, University of London at 29, University of Stirling at 38 and University of Sussex at 50, Study Group has 13 UK Top 50 ranked partners.

Other Study Group partners making positive moves up the table include Teesside University (86) jumping a huge 32 places and Liverpool John Moores University (71) climbing 22 places. University of Huddersfield (73) and Kingston University, London (92) have also moved up from 2022.

Study Group Chief Executive Ian Crichton said:

“We would like to congratulate all of our UK partner universities whose excellent work is recognised in today’s Times Good University Guide. Students enrolling at these universities from across the world benefit from outstanding teaching and a supportive study environment. They also give back as part of a vibrant international community which is an asset to all students. We’re proud Study Group students are able to enjoy such an excellent education and foundation for their future careers, one rightly recognised around the world.”

Recognising the hard work and commitment to student success by British universities, the prestigious annual guide is compiled using a series of indicators ranging from student satisfaction with teaching quality and the full student experience to research quality and graduate prospects, to name just a few.