Royal Holloway is one of the top 100 Universities of 2016

Teesside beat us in this too unfortunately

The Telegraph has just published the list of the Top 100 Universities for 2016, and Royal Holloway has successfully secured the 74th spot.

We have established our place in another reputable league table, and have yet again been recognised as an outstanding institution. We even managed to beat other renowned universities such as King’s College London, Bristol and Surrey to a higher spot. The league table was created by over 25,000 student reviews from 125 universities.

The universities were ranked on categories such as accomodation, societies, course quality, lecturers, and the student union. Being placed at 74th shows that Royal Holloway is continuously improving, and student satisfaction reportedly has risen from 81% to 83% in the past year. Brookes and Teesside may have beaten us, but we can stay strong knowing that if looks were ranked, we would have come first for sure.