West London universities rise in Guardian chart

West London’s universities have all climbed in the latest edition of the Guardian newspaper’s University Guide.

The University of West London (UWL) has climbed the most – 38 places to No. 58 in the 2018 Guide – the biggest rise of any UK higher education institution. Imperial College climbed one place to 6th, while Brunel University London rose five plave to 72nd.

Welcoming the news, University of West London Vice-Chancellor, Professor Peter John, said: “This continuing success is testament to our ambitious and well executed strategic plan, which is underpinned by investment in infrastructure, academic staff and our curriculum – all of which is reflected in the high quality of teaching by our talented academic team.

“We already have one of the best graduate employment rates in the country and we are in the top quartile for salaries of graduates entering full-time employment in the UK. This latest outstanding performance confirms the excellent progress the University of West London continues to make in delivering high quality, career focused education programmes which transform the lives of our students.”

The University has recently invested more than £120m across three campus sites located in Ealing, Brentford and Reading.

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