King’s has made it into the top 50 global unis in Times Higher Education rankings

King’s pride, amirite?

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The Global 2018 World Reputation rankings are out, courtesy of the Times Higher Education (THE), and our bae KCL has made number 42 on the list.

This result proves that King’s remains competitive across the globe as one of the most prestigious university brands, and offers some much needed acclamation in the wake of the UCU lecturer strikes.

Of course, the benefit of a good Global Reputation is the promising opportunities for local and global connections with employers, other universities, and organisations – including government, business and industry, sport, culture, and charities. KCL sorting us all out – unless you're studying English of course, soz.

Across the board, 21 nations are represented, including nine from the UK, with Oxford and Cambridge making the top ten, whilst Imperial and UCL making the top 20. Take a look at the list below! (Let’s just pretend 18th place doesn’t count xo)

Credit: Times Higher Education (THE) – click to view the full results and analysis

Lower down in the table you'll find KCL at 42nd place

Overall, whilst 42nd place doesn't call for the champagne on ice, it's pretty safe to assume that KCL is a recognised well-established, institution, and we should all be just a lil bit proud to be here.