Cambridge and UCL ranked as two of the world's top ten universities

University of Cambridge and UCL have been ranked as two of the world’s top 10 universities in the QS Global world rankings, at #7 and #8 respectively.

The QS World University Rankings are amongst the best-known and most-used world university rankings available. Assessments are made using six performance indicators, which each carry a different weighting when calculating overall scores. These indicators are: academic reputation (40%), employer reputation (10%), student-to-faculty ratio (20%), research citations per faculty member (20%), proportion of international faculty (5%) and proportion of international students (5%).

CDT director, Professor Alwyn Seeds said, “I am pleased that the excellence of our two universities has been recognised in the latest QS world rankings released today. Our combined strengths offer to our students in the CEPS CDT unrivalled research training opportunities and to our research partners access to the very best research in Connected Electronic and Photonic Systems.”

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