Success for the School of Law in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings by Subject 2024

The School of Law places 59th in the world according to the latest subject table, consolidating its place in the top 100 for Law.

The School is delighted that its world-class academic reputation continues to be recognized in the 2024 edition of the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings by Subject.

The THE university ranking is a highly respected, key independent indicator of institutional performance and reputation and is based on an assessment of research-intensive universities across four core areas: teaching, research environment, research quality and international outlook. This year’s table includes 329 universities, up from 290 last year.

As well as a ranking of 59th in the world the School has been placed 10th in the UK for teaching, up one position from last year.

Head of School, Professor Louise Ellison said: “The latest rankings speak to our considerable strengths as a School and the talent and dedication of our School community.

I am particularly pleased with the position of 32nd in the world for our international outlook. Our School is a thriving community of staff and students from all over the globe, and each and every one contributes their diverse perspectives and experiences. Our international partnerships play a key role in enhancing our student experience, as well as providing valuable opportunities for our academic staff to collaborate with leading scholars globally.

The 2024 THE subject rankings reflect the School of Law’s ongoing success in international league tables, including its top 100 placing for Law and Legal Studies in the latest QS World University Rankings by Subject.