The University of Lincoln has been named in the top 30 of the Times Higher Education “Table of Tables”.
The so-called Table of Tables, first produced in 2008, offers a snapshot of how the top-ranked 30 UK universities are viewed by national newspapers. It has placed Lincoln at 29th. The ranking is a direct result of the University’s success in this year’s Guardian University Guide 2019, which saw Lincoln positioned at 22nd of UK institutions.
The Table of Tables is based on the combined results of the UK’s three main domestic university league table rankings in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide, The Guardian University Guide, and The Complete University Guide.
The table is calculated by awarding points which correspond to the institution’s position in league tables. The success builds on a ranking of 7th place in the National Student Survey 2018, which rates how satisfied students are with their university, and a rise to 42nd position in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019, as well as rise to 43rd position in the Complete University Guide 2019.