The brand new Times Higher Education university reputation rankings have just been released. They include the top 100 universities in the world, and we’ve highlighted the 10 best European universities.
Standing at the pinnacle of the world’s universities, the University of Cambridge is the most prestigious university in Europe — and its rich history reflects that.
The oldest university in the English-speaking world and proud of it, the University of Oxford is close behind its biggest rival.
One of the best universities in the world, UCL is a beacon for several subjects: from Medicine to Languages.
Imperial College has a reputation for excellence in teaching and research, attracting students from all around the world.
LSE, as it is most commonly known, is one of the world’s best specialist universities, especially in the fields of Economics and Politics.
ETH Zurich is often considered the best university in continental Europe and is a leading institution in the Swiss world of research and education.
The imposing Moscow State University claims to have the tallest educational building in the world. We can’t really argue with them!
It’s difficult to separate downtown Edinburgh and the University of Edinburgh. Most of the historic old town consists of the university’s buildings. Amazing!
PSL Research University is actually a collegiate university formed by 22 institutions of research and higher education in the Paris area, such as École Normale Supérieure and Collége de France, and three national research organisations.
King’s College is the largest centre for postgraduate teaching and research in the field of Medicine in Europe.
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