King’s has risen two places to 11th most international university in the world, and is in the top four in the UK, which includes Oxford and Cambridge.
The data for this ranking is drawn from the ‘international outlook’ pillar of the THE World University Rankings. The international ranking measures the share of international staff, students and co-authorship at institutions, as well as international reputations, based on THE’s Academic Reputation Survey, which asks leading scholars to name the world’s best universities for teaching and research in their field.
A truly international university is one that is diverse and embraces its diversity, in its daily experience, in the way it educates its students, and in its research that contributes to address global challenges, with equitable partnerships across the globe. I am delighted to be part of a truly international community at King’s where diversity is embraced and respected, and we are contributing to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.– Professor 'Funmi Olonisakin Academics Supervisors Vice President (Global Engagement)