Posted on 25/04/2012
Royal Holloway, University of London has jumped seven places in The Complete University Guide 2013 rankings to finish 26th overall in the UK.
The College rose up the league table from 33rd in last year’s rankings thanks to improvements in student satisfaction, spending levels on facilities and research quality.
Eleven departments improved their league table results, with the Department of Psychology showing impressive progress moving from 18th position to fall in the top 10 psychology departments in the UK.
The Department of English climbed six places to rank 21st, the Department of History rose three places to 16th, the Department of Physics moved up five places to place 24th and the Department of Computer Science jumped three places to rank 18th.
Royal Holloway’s Principal, Professor Paul Layzell, said: “We are delighted with this result which reflects the College’s significant achievements over the past year and the dedication of all of our staff to deliver quality teaching. We will continue to work hard to ensure that we offer our students an exceptional learning experience during their time with us at Royal Holloway.”
The Complete University Guide league table is the first university ranking to be released in 2012. For more information visit The Complete University Guide website.