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Department of Chemistry ranked 12th in UK and 1st in London

Posted on 04/07/2018

In the Guardian university league tables 2019, the Department of Chemistry at King’s College London has been ranked 12th in the UK, ahead of Bristol, Birmingham and Warwick.

The department has a further reason to celebrate its success as it is ranked 1st in London, ahead of its nearest London competitor by 13 places.

These league tables appear in the annual Guardian Guide. According to its website, the Guide "ranks universities on all the factors that are most important to students: how much they will benefit from the teaching, whether other students liked the university and the subject, and what their chances are of getting a good job".

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