Oct. 8, 2020
Keele University shortlisted for University of the Year
Keele University has been shortlisted for University of the Year in the prestigious 2020 Times Higher Education (THE) awards.
This exciting achievement places Keele University amongst the best universities in the country, as the highly respected THE awards recognise outstanding work in universities, both in academia and professional services, exploring their research, teaching, leadership and business performance.
Speaking about this exciting achievement, Vice Chancellor of Keele University, Professor Trevor McMillan, says, “I’m incredibly proud that Keele has been named as a finalist for the University of the Year award. This nomination is a fitting recognition of the outstanding work of the staff and students here. The world class research and teaching by our academic staff is having a significant impact in fields like climate change, green energy and sustainability, and inspiring our students to go forward into the world and tackle the biggest challenges facing society, the economy, and the world.”
Professor McMillan continues, “We also have an incredible network of professional service staff, who work tirelessly to provide essential support for staff and students. This nomination is shared by the whole Keele community and is a testament to all of their dedication and hard work.”
Keele University has also recently enjoyed success across several subjects in the Guardian University Guide 2021, ranking in the Top 10 in England for Student Satisfaction, and with four of its subjects achieving Top 10 in England status. The winner of THE University of the Year will be announced in November 2020.
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Content added on 8th October 2020.
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