Royal Holloway, University of London, has risen four places in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019, to 24 in the national rankings. This makes it the fourth highest performing university in the guide’s table of London universities, for a second year running.
Royal Holloway’s success in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide has been mirrored across key league tables this year, including the Guardian University Guide, and the Complete University Guide. In the 2018 NSS results Royal Holloway exceeded the sector average score for student satisfaction. The NSS is an independent survey carried out by the Office for Students and the UK higher education funding bodies.
Professor Paul Layzell, Principal at Royal Holloway said: “Our ranking in this prestigious league table endorses the experience we offer to students through the high quality of our teaching and world-class research. This creates a community of inspired students, who strive to achieve excellence.
“Royal Holloway is privileged to be home to some of the world’s leading authorities in science, the arts, management, economics and law.
“We continually invest in resources for our students, and to advance the positive impact we can achieve as a research-intensive university. This year saw the opening of the Beatrice Shilling Building. This technology led building provides high quality facilities for all students and staff.”