London has asserted its position as one of the world's educational powerhouses, with its universities performing exceptionally well in the latest Times Higher Education World University Rankings, published in May 2016.
The World University Rankings are based on a survey of more than 10,000 academics from 133 countries. 800 universities spanning 70 different countries were ranked, with five London universities making the top 100.
Of those, four made the top 50 - Imperial College (8), University College (14), LSE (23) and King's College (27).
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The full list of World University Rankings is now available to view online.
The Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings puts Imperial College, University College London, LSE, King’s College and London Business School as among the world’s best.