OXFORD University has topped the latest Times Higher Education world university rankings for the fourth year in a row.

Overall, the UK has 28 institutions in the top 200, down from 29 last year.

Of these, almost two-thirds have fallen by at least one place. The annual list rates more than 1,300 universities in 92 countries.

Oxford Mail:

Louise Richardson, vice-chancellor of Oxford University, said: “While UK universities face great uncertainty around Brexit and funding, these results demonstrate that we are well prepared to meet these challenges.

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“Oxford’s success is in large part due to our research collaborations with other excellent universities around the world and we remain determined both to deepen and to expand these partnerships, whatever Brexit brings.”