RAE Ranking-Queen Mary (University of London)

Queen Mary, University of London, was ranked 11th nationally in the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE), published in December 2008 (According to the Times Higher Education, Queen Mary was rated 13th in the nation out of the 132 institutions, but the Guardian places it even higher, 11th in the UK).

The Times Higher Education comments, “the biggest star among the research-intensive institutions was Queen Mary, University of London.”

Queen Mary is ranked 3rd amongst University of London multi-faculty colleges and ahead of several Russell Group institutions including Kings College London, Bristol, Sheffield, Leeds, Nottingham, Birmingham, Southampton, Liverpool and Newcastle.

RAE 2008 Achievements:

- 1st for Linguistics and Drama.

- Joint 1st for Geography (with Bristol, Cambridge, Durham and Oxford)

- 2nd for Dentistry, and English Language and Literature.

- 3rd for Epidemology and public health.

- 4th for Pre-clinical and human biological sciences, and Health Services Research.

- 5th for Cancer studies.

- Queen Mary is in the highest quartile in the following subject areas:
  • Law
  • Iberian Languages
  • History
  • Computer Science
  • Economics and Econometrics
  • Other hospital-based clinical subjects
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