Three member institutions feature in top 20 of new THE Rankings

Times Higher Education rankings of the world's most international universities include three University of London Colleges
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UCL ranked 9th in the World’s Most International Universities 2017
The three member institutions provide academic direction for a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes offered through the University of London International Programmes

The University of London has no less than three universities rated in the world’s top 20 most international institutions according to rankings published in the Times Higher Education earlier this month.

The three member institutions are: UCL (9th), LSE (10th) and King’s College London (11th).

The rankings are based on four components: the “international outlook” pillar of the THE World University Rankings 2016-2017, which includes international staff, students and co-authors, each of which is given equal weighting. The fourth component is the university’s international reputation, based on the THE’s annual Academic Reputation Survey.

The three member institutions provide academic direction for a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes offered through the University of London International Programmes: the suite of undergraduate programmes in Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences, with academic direction by LSE, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Law (UCL, LSE, King’s), plus the MSc in Professional Accountancy (UCL).