Which universities are the best?


The best universities in the UK are among the best in the world, according to the 2017 Lad Bible rankings, which are published each year by Lad Media.

The 2017 Lad bible is published every four years, and was compiled by Lad’s research group and compiled by a panel of academics.

The Lad bible ranks universities based on three factors: academic quality, research output and research funding.

The highest rated universities are also the most funded and have the best reputation.

These are universities that are consistently ranked as top performing universities in other countries, according the Lad bible.

The 2018 Lad bible was compiled on the basis of the same criteria, but based on a different set of criteria.

The rankings are based on five factors: research output, research funding, student enrolment and faculty.

The five criteria used by Lad are the following:Research output is measured by the number of publications, research citations and publications per academic year.

Research funding is measured on a per-student basis, with the universities receiving funding per student enrolled.

Faculty is measured as the number and types of staff per university and per academic department.

The top 10 universities in terms of research output are:The 2017 top 10 ranked universities are:Oxford UniversityOxfordUniversityUniversityUniversity of LeedsUniversity of CambridgeUniversity of WarwickUniversity of LiverpoolUniversity of OxfordUniversity of ReadingUniversity of SouthamptonUniversity of BristolUniversity of SussexUniversity of ExeterUniversity of BathUniversity of NottinghamUniversity of EdinburghUniversity of SheffieldUniversity of BirminghamUniversity of ManchesterUniversity of BrightonUniversity of GlasgowUniversity of YorkUniversity of LondonUniversity of St AndrewsUniversity of LincolnUniversity of PlymouthUniversity of PortsmouthUniversity of LeicesterUniversity of WestminsterUniversity of NewcastleUniversity of SouthamptonUniversity of NorthamptonUniversity in OxfordUniversity in SheffieldUniversity in ReadingUniversity in SussexUniversity in WolverhamptonUniversity of SurreyUniversity of WolverhamtonUniversity of West WalesUniversity of WrexhamUniversity of BradfordUniversity of WorcesterUniversity of DundeeUniversity of CanterburyUniversity of DurhamUniversity of EssexUniversity of GreenwichUniversity of HullUniversity of KentUniversity of LancasterUniversity of LoughboroughUniversity of MelbourneUniversity of MiddlesexUniversity of MontrealUniversity of New South WalesUniversity in SydneyUniversity of the West of EnglandUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonUniversity of WindsorUniversity of WaikatoUniversity of WellingtonUniversity of WashingtonUniversity of WaterlooUniversity of WalesUniversity at OxfordUniversity at St AndrewsU of SouthamptonU of SurreyU of SussexU of OxfordUniversities are ranked on three criteria: academic reputation, research outputs and research financing.

The three criteria used in Lad are:Research reputation is measured using the peer review of published research, peer-reviewed publications and citations.

Research output measures the number, type and quantity of publications published by the universities, per student and per university.

Research financing is measured in terms, with research funding per enrolment, per academic research department, per faculty and per student.

Universes with the best academic reputation have the highest research outputs, and the most research funding from their university.

Univeses with good research performance and research funds also have the most students enrolled in their universities.

UniRank was developed by LadMedia.

The full ranking of UK universities is available at