Brunel University London climbed 14 places in the 2019 QS World University Rankings, and is now placed in the top third of universities worldwide.
Since 2014, when the QS World University Rankings started, Brunel has risen from a ranking of 360 to a ranking of 332 in the world.
Citations per academic – a measure of how much Brunel research is used by other academics – is where Brunel has climbed the most: up 52 places since the 2018 rankings. Brunel has also risen again for its proportion of international staff, now ranked 75th, and its proportion of international students places it 50th in the world.
“This is excellent news,” said Professor Geoff Rodgers, Deputy Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation. “We have always focused on ensuring that our research is useful for society. So we are particularly proud that the strength of our international collaborations is now being recognised.”
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