UEA has been ranked within the top 100 in the world and within the top 50 for research citations following the release of the Times Higher Education rankings for 2019.

 

The rankings include more than 1,250 institutions from 86 countries, the biggest league table they have ever accumulated to date. They involve criteria such as teaching and research quality, along with international influence and industry income.

 

These league tables are often used by prospective students to provide useful information that will help them choose the right university, as well as being a testament to the research quality of global institutions.

The number 190 world ranking is two places down from last year, with the highest ever ranking coming from 2017 where the university ranked at number 149.

Alongside this, the university has also been ranked within the top 15 in the UK in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019 for the third year in a row.

Vice Chancellor Professor David Richardson said: “It’s especially pleasing to see UEA remain in the Top 200 of the world’s higher education institutions and to be ranked 49th in the world for citations.”


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