Russell Group


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Russell Group

A group of 20 UK universities which are regarded as Britain’s most prestigious universities for research, education and learning, and have tight links with business and the public sector.

Russell Group
• University of Birmingham
• University of Bristol
• University of Cambridge
• Cardiff University
• University of Edinburgh
• University of Glasgow
• Imperial College London
• King's College London
• University of Leeds
• University of Liverpool
• London School of Economics & Political Science
• University of Manchester
• Newcastle University
• University of Nottingham
• University of Oxford
• Queen's University Belfast
• University of Sheffield
• University of Southampton
• University College London
• University of Warwick
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She said: "Cardiff University is a Russell Group university with excellent traditions in teaching and research.
Every year, results are beyond national averages, allowing many students to progress to Russell Group Universities, including Oxbridge and Durham.
The Times Higher Education magazine's "table of tables" for UK unis - which ranks the country's top 30 based on results from the Guardian University Guide, the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide and the Complete University Guide - places Coventry 23rd overall, ahead of 10 Russell Group institutions.
The other British universities in the top 50 were all members of the elite Russell Group - Edinburgh, Manchester, Bristol and Warwick.
Overall, 80% of this year's Westbourne leavers will be heading to Russell Group universities or other elite international institutions including Oxford, Kings College London, Erasmus Rotterdam and Madrid University.
Oxbridge has been subsumed into a group of 25 universities called the Russell Group.
Disadvantaged pupils will get a taste of studying at the UK s leading universities thanks to a joint Department for Education and Russell Group scheme opening today.
Vice-chancellors at the Russell Group universities received increases of 8.
brands, Russell Group produces and hauls aggregates, owning or operating 25-plus gravel pits, and provides a range of construction and retrofit services in heavy civil, roadway and railway works markets.
Students applying to university from the school all gained places, with many about to attend Russell Group establishments - the top universities in the UK.
The unive i rsity's proportion of students from working-class backgrounds was among the highest in the elite Russell Group of institutions.
The proportion of stateeducated pupils at the 24 Russell Group universities also fell from 75.