Southampton ranked 11th amongst the world’s ‘Golden Age’ universities

 

Southampton has retained its 11th overall place for the second successive year in the 2018 Times Higher Education’s (THE) table of ‘Golden Age’ universities.

The list comprises the world’s top 200 institutions founded as universities between 1945-1967. The ranking was created by Times Higher Education (THE), and evaluates institutions founded between 1945 and 1966.

The ranking was done using the same methodology as THE’s World University Rankings, in which the University of Southampton currently placed 126th in the world. The ranking takes into account teaching, research reputation and research productivity.

While the University of Southampton is placed 11th overall in this ranking, it is the second best institution out of the 18 universities in UK that made it into the list. It is ranked just below the University of Warwick.

The University of California in San Diego takes the top place in the rankings.

About the University of Southampton Malaysia Campus The University of Southampton Malaysia Campus, an international branch campus of the University of Southampton, is located in Educity, Iskandar Malaysia. Established in 2012, the Malaysia Campus offers world-class engineering programmes including MEng in Mechanical Engineering, MEng Aeronautics & Astronautics, MEng Electrical & Electronic Engineering, and Engineering Foundation Year. Offering a unique student experience, the university enables students to spend their first two years in Malaysia combined with the final two years at a research-centred university in the UK. Learn more at www.southampton.edu.my

About the University of Southampton Located in Southampton, England, the University of Southampton is in the top 1% of universities worldwide and a global centre for excellence in research and education. Established in 1952, Southampton is a public research-intensive university and a founding member of the Russell Group. Through the years, the university has gained prestigious recognition for its successes and history of world-changing achievements. To learn more visit http://www.southampton.ac.uk/

 
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New Sabah Times