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- Plymouth University rated 65th in the world for young institutions
- Plymouth named in worlds top 100 ‘young universities’
The Times Higher Education league table revealed the top 200 global institutions that are under 50 years old.
27 UK institutions were on the list – making it the country with the most universities on the list. Australia closely followed with 23 and France took third place with 16.
Plymouth University has been listed as 65th in the world
Ranking editor, Phil Baty shared, “The UK is the leading country in this list of the world’s best young universities for the second year in a row, claiming 27 of the top 200 places.
“A key strength for the UK in this ranking is that it has representatives that were founded in every decade between the 1960s and 2000s, suggesting that the country has a promising future in the under 50 list in years to come”.
Plymouth University has over 20,000 students and is the 30th largest in the UK. A spokesman on behalf of the University said,
“The University of Plymouth has been ranked top in England, and in the leading three nationally. It is also listed as the top UK University established between 1986 and 1999.”