Dec. 7, 2020
University of Glasgow is named the University of the Year!
The University of Glasgow is delighted to have been named the University of the Year at the recent Times Higher Education Awards 2020.
This is a fantastic achievement by the University of Glasgow as the THE Awards are widely recognised as among the most prestigious rankings in the education sector.
Principal and Vice Chancellor, Anton Muscatelli, says, “Being named University of the Year is a testament to the exceptional achievements of our community.”
As well as getting the University of the Year award, the University of Glasgow was also shortlisted in the Technological or Digital Innovation of the Year category for the creation of a three-dimensional virtual reality classroom to enable students to analyse and understand complex molecular structures.
Anton Muscatelli adds, “In a year like no other, all of us should be proud of what we have achieved. Alongside being named University of the Year, we have improved in three major university rankings, including The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021 where we rose two places to 14th in the UK and remain 2nd in Scotland; the Guardian University Guide in which Glasgow rose two places to 12th in the UK and the THE World University Rankings in which Glasgow moved up seven places to 92nd.”
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Content added on 7th December 2020.
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