INTO partner universities excel in THE global rankings
28 October 2015
INTO had reason to celebrate following the publication of Times Higher Education World Rankings, with four partner universities making substantial moves for 2015-16.
The University of Exeter rose 61 places to 93rd in the world, while Newcastle and Queen’s University Belfast both moved into the top 200. Manchester maintained its place in the world’s top 60, while University of East Anglia moved into 149th position, up from 198th last year.
INTO Director Tuukka Hinttula commented on the recent news: "The outstanding performance by our partners in the Times Higher Education rankings clearly demonstrates their dedication to high-quality research, a fantastic student experience, and premium learning facilities.”
INTO is dedicated to providing a fantastic student experience with a variety of pre-masters and foundation programmes. If you are interested in learning more, arrange a free consultation at SI-UK today.
There are currently no events
Lincoln achieve highest ever ranking in national league table
Oxford named the fourth best university in the world by QS
Coventry University London open new dedicated Postgraduate Centre and Financial Suite
Cambridge retain position at top of 2020 Guardian University Rankings