Global rankings success
We have moved up two places in the latest QS World University Rankings, consolidating our place in the top 100.
We have climbed to 91st place in the latest QS World University Rankings
In a year that sees three quarters of UK universities in the influential global ranking slip down the table, Leeds has climbed to 91st place.
Our international strategy is led by Professor Hai-Sui Yu, Deputy Vice-Chancellor: International. He said: At Leeds, we continue to build on our global partnerships with universities, researchers and business to provide our students with a world-class education, and to conduct research that makes a global impact.
We have a world-class academic reputation, attracting the very best minds, and this has been recognised by our peers across the world in this years QS.
The higher education community continues to be hugely challenged by the covid-19 pandemic, and we stand with our colleagues across the world in working hard to secure the best possible higher education experience for current and prospective students.
Leeds is home to a global community of staff and students, with a worldwide network of more than 250,000 alumni playing a valuable role in supporting Leeds.
This was reflected in this years Times Higher Education Most International Universities ranking, which saw Leeds rise for a third consecutive year, climbing five places to 35th in the world.
Support for international students
International scholarships are available to encourage the brightest students worldwide, in addition to those available to students irrespective of their background.
We also run an international foundation year to help prepare undergraduate students for the demands of studying for a UK degree. We also operate the Link to Leeds scheme to help international students prepare for, and settle into life at, the University.
We have continued to strengthen international partnerships this year.
Notably, Leeds hosted the MIT Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program (MIT REAP) in January, with visitors from across the world seeing first-hand how the University and the region inspires innovation.
The visit was part of a prestigious programme, offered by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sloan Global Programs, which shares experiences of building innovation-driven ecosystems in more than 50 regions around the world.
Our joint school with Southwest Jiaotong University also continues to flourish, with the first cohort of students graduating this summer.
More details of Leeds performance in the QS World University Rankings 2021 is available on the QS website.
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