Cambridge comes first in the ‘Tables of Tables’
For the SEVENTH year in a row, just saying
For the sixth year running, Cambridge has topped the Times Higher Education ‘Table of Tables’, proving pretty conclusively that Cantabs attend the best university in the United Kingdom.
Inevitably trailing behind in second place was Oxford, along with St Andrews and Imperial in 3rd and 4th respectively. Durham rose from 5th to joint 4th this year, although sadly still remains a small town in the middle of nowhere.
Since its inception in 2008, The Table of Tables has amalgamated three league tables produced by the national newspapers. The Times’ own from the Good University Guide are combined with results released by The Guardian and The Complete University Guide. This year, Cambridge topped all three of the original rankings, earning maximum points overall.
Loughborough University turned heads by rising from 12th to 6th this year, with LSE, Warwick, Lancaster and Surrey completing the top ten.
For Cambridge it’s just another day, another dominant performance in league tables.
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