By Iffah Ahmed, Deputy News Editor
Royal Holloway has risen six places in the new rankings released by The Times and the Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018, placing it within the top 30 universities in the country.
The rankings included a further 130 universities, and explored the universities performances, results achieved from degrees, as well as employment outlooks and prospects.
According to the complete university guide, Royal Holloway is described as ‘a leading, research-intensive university.’
Professor Paul Layzell, Principal at Royal Holloway, stated that dedication is imperative for ‘inspiring our students to succeed through our high-quality teaching and world-class research’.
Furthermore, the university also achieved for the third year running ‘the highest overall student satisfaction’.
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