United Kingdom, Oxford and Cambridge are not the best for the first time: St Andrews win

A historical record based on student satisfaction, research, teaching quality and graduate outcomes. Founded in the early 15th century, St Andrews has consistently been in the top three in the UK’s “The Times and the Sunday Times Good University Guide” rankings, just behind Oxford and Cambridge. Thirty years later, the Scottish university, known around the world for having met its former students Prince William and Kate Middleton, is now earning top strides.

Awarded for “small class teaching” model


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Also frequented by former Scottish Premier Alex Salmond, St Andrews was hailed for the quality of studies, particularly linked to the ‘small class teaching’ model of smaller companies and more in the face of months of restrictions in the wake of the Covid emergency. was functional. past tense. During a year of closed campuses and the move to online classes, most UK universities have seen a sharp drop in student satisfaction and quality of teaching. In the Times Group’s national rankings, the top three universities are Imperial College London, London School of Economics (LSE), Durham University, University College London, University of Warwick, University of Bath, Loughborough University (equivalent to Lancaster University).

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