King’s placed in top 50 in The Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings

One more spot and we’d be in the top 40

King's has been placed 41st in The Times World Reputation Rankings for 2017, rising two places from last year.

The position puts us ahead of other UK universities such as Manchester, who dropped two places from last year to 51st, and Warwick who sit at 81-90 most reputable.

The World Reputation Rankings is a spin-off of the World University Rankings, based on subjective judgement by "senior, published academics" and therefore considered expert judgement.

From the quality of research activity here at King's and former alumni such as Florence Nightingale and Desmond Tutu, it's no surprise to see why King's continues to do well each year.