Cambridge maintains position at top of Guardian University Rankings
16 May 2017
The University of Cambridge has maintained its position at the top of the Guardian University Guide Rankings for the seventh year in a row, narrowly edging out Oxbridge rival Oxford.
The top ten has seen little change for 2018, with Durham (climbing from sixth to fourth) and Bath (10th to fifth) the biggest winners at the top end of the table. St Andrews, Imperial College London, Loughborough, Warwick, Lancaster, Surrey and University College London make up the rest of the top 10. Further down the table, the University of West London rose to a fantastic 58th from 96th in 2016.
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Guardian University Guide 2018 Rankings
- St Andrews
- Imperial College London
- Surrey / UCL
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