Times Higher Education Declares Oxford As World’s Best University For Third Successive Year

Times Higher Education declares Oxford as world’s best University for third successive year, a week ago. Oxford, the single UK University ever to prime the international rankings, sustains its position through the outstanding quality of its analysis, teaching and innovation, aforementioned a press release from the varsity.
The new league table for 2019 was disclosed at the World Academic Summit in Singapore last week, with Oxford 1st among the 1258 universities assessed worldwide, as well as 98 from the United Kingdom.

Chief Knowledge Officer, at the Times Higher Education, Phil Baty said in a statement that, “You cannot lead the T.H.E World University Rankings without an outstanding performance right across our full range of performance indicators, covering teaching excellence, research power and impact, industry relations and international outlook.”
Oxford stands out across the board, however what sets it aside from the top-ranked colleges below it, primarily from the US, is its exceptionally international focus, according to Mr. Baty.
The Times Higher rankings area unit delineate because the solely international league table that assesses universities for all their activities, considering teaching, research, citations, business collaboration and international outlook.

“Oxford thrives, not just due to strong levels of research funding, and a remarkably intimate teaching environment, but primarily due to the talent on its campus – and there’s no doubt Oxford is a magnet for talent globally, attracting the brightest and the best students and faculty from all over the world,” Mr. Baty added.