Global Medicine Course Rankings Released

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A new global ranking table of medicine courses places British universities among the very best.

Cambridge comes second and Oxford fourth on the list published by QS (a higher education company), whilst Imperial takes ninth. However, it is US schools that dominate the rest of the top 10, filling the other six spots, with Harvard also taking the coveted top position.

Looking further down the list, a number of other British universities feature in the top 50, including UCL (35th), Edinburgh (27th), King’s College (30th), Manchester (32nd) and Bristol (48th). This strength in depth shows just why British institutions are so sought after by students hoping to study medicine.

The rankings are based on a number of different measures, including teaching, research quality, graduate employability and the international make-up of the staff and student bodies.

For the full list of results, click here, or see the full world university rankings table.

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