The Times Higher Education (THE) world university rankings, published today, saw the California Institute of Technology maintain its position as the top-ranked university.
MIT, which ranks first in the QS world rankings, once again came in fifth in the THE rankings.
U.S. universities dominated with 7 out of 10 of the top 10 universities. British universities make up 3 out of the top 10, 7 of the top 50 and 11 in the top 100, which are listed below. The University of Oxford maintains its position in joint second place.
Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, said that, “These rankings testify to London’s strength in higher education and to our lengthening lead over European rivals.”