The Guardian homeBy Jessica Shepherd. Fewer British institutions make it into Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings this year.
Fewer British universities have this year made it into the world's top 100 colleges, as ranked by reputation. The University of Leeds has dropped out, but Cambridge remains in third place, and Oxford has climbed from sixth to fourth. Just nine UK institutions are in the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings, compared with 10 last year and 12 the year before. Harvard has come top, with Massachusetts Institute of Technology taking second place. The University of California, Berkeley and Stanford are in the fifth and sixth spots. UK universities have the highest number of institutions in the rankings after the US, which takes up 43 of the 100 places. Read more...