Royal Holloway, has risen ten places to number 32 in the UK in The Guardian University League Table 2021. The league table comprehensively analyses UK universities in a variety of key areas, including teaching, student satisfaction and employability to determine their performance.
As a College, we received 86% overall satisfaction with teaching and 88% overall student satisfaction with their courses.
Professor Paul Layzell, Principal, said “The rise of 10 places to number 32 in the Guardian’s University League tables reflects Royal Holloway’s commitment to supporting our students to achieve their academic and personal goals.
“The distinguishing features of our university are our strong sense of community, and the academic experience we offer to students delivered through high quality teaching and world-class research.
“By bringing these elements together, we seek to inspire our students to strive for success.
“This ranking is a clear endorsement of our approach, and is a testament to the contribution and achievements of our students and staff.”
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