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Study Group Partners rank among the UK’s best in The Guardian University Guide 2023

By   /  October 21, 2022  /  Comments Off on Study Group Partners rank among the UK’s best in The Guardian University Guide 2023

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StudyGroup, India’s leading global education provider for students, adds another laurel to its collection as 18 of Study Group’s UK university partners have ranked in The Guardian University Guide 2023 released last month, including seven in the Top 20.

This comes right after StudyGroup’s partner’s scored excellent rankings in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide. The University of Oxford and Imperial College London, both prestigious partners of Study Group’s digital learning platform insendi, ranked second and fifth respectively in the rankings, closely followed by Durham University in sixth spot.

Noteworthy jumps up the table were clocked by the University of Aberdeen at 13, up seven places on its previous 2022 ranking, and the University of Surrey at 24, up from 57 in 2022. Moreover, Lancaster University (14), University of Strathclyde (16), and University of Leeds (20) all celebrated a Top 20 spot. Making up the remainder of StudyGroup’s Top 50 University partners are The University of Sheffield at 30, Royal Holloway, University of London at 33, and Cardiff University at 35.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Karan Lalit, Regional Director, Study Group, said, ” Compliments to all our UK partner universities who have secured such outstanding rankings in The Guardian University Guide 2023 – an esteemed recognition of the positive all-round experience they offer students. We’re proud to have enabled so many international students to gain access to these world class higher education institutions and, in turn, see the valuable impact that a diverse and global community of students gifts back into the university.”

The Guardian University annual guide is amassed using a series of indicators including student satisfaction, staff numbers, and university spending and career prospects.

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