Noida 3rd October 2018: Last week, the Oxford University was announced as top notch university and ranked number one for the third successive year as per Times Higher Education World University Rankings. Oxford University has maintained its top position owing to its exceptional quality of research work and innovative and creative teaching.
During the World Academic Summit in Singapore that was held last week, new league table for 2019 was exhibited where the Oxford University came first among other 1258 universities across the world.
Phil Baty who is the Chief Knowledge Officer of Times Higher Education stated, “To top the chart of the T.H.E World University Rankings, you need to be extraordinary in various performance parameters including exceptional teaching, great research work, strong international outlook and high industry links.”
He further added that the international focus of Oxford University is par excellence and this is the major reason for its top notch position.
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Mr Baty quoted, “Oxford has touched the bar of excellence primarily because of the exceptional on campus talent. Not only this, the university has a magnetic effect globally to allure the most competent students and faculty across the world.
The Times Higher rankings is a kind of platform that is considered as the international league table and it assesses the performances of the universities worldwide on the grounds of their research work, talent, teaching, industry relations, other activities and international outlook.
Oxford was also evaluated on all such parameters and was rated number one that simply reflects its robust strength in being all rounder performer on every front right from the academic streams to the engineering, sciences and humanities.
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Oxford University has grabbed the position of number one in the Times Higher rankings for its great teaching quality.
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Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford, Professor Louise Richardson stated, “We are highly exhilarated with this result and also feel pleased to see the growth of other European and British universities.”
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Professor Richardson further quoted, “This year’s theme of World Academic Summit in Singapore is highly influential and includes various parameters like advancing knowledge, apprehending the potential of research and teaching and driving the economy.”