The University of Lincoln has risen to new heights in one of the country’s most prestigious league tables.
Lincoln has been ranked in 42nd position out of 129 institutions in the 2019 edition of the The Times Good University Guide – higher than ever before.
It is another significant rise for the University of Lincoln, which has climbed eight places from 54th position last year.
The league table measures each university on student satisfaction, research quality, graduate prospects, entrance qualifications, degree results achieved, student to staff ratios, service and facilities spend and degree completion rates.
Professor Mary Stuart, Vice Chancellor at the University of Lincoln, said: “We have long been proud of the excellent student experience Lincoln offers.
“This latest rise in a prestigious league table confirms that Lincoln is delivering quality in its teaching, learning and research.
“Our successes are driven by hard work and a recognition of our responsibility as a University to continually strive for excellence in our academic activities.
“I know that our students and staff will all feel as proud as I do on this latest achievement.”
The new edition of the guide will be published on September 23 in the Sunday Times, and will have a full profile on all universities.
More than £300 million has been invested into the University of Lincoln’s campus over the past two decades, helping to create an exceptional student experience.
To see the campus and to talk to academics, book onto the next Open Day on Saturday, September 29.