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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Within the Russell Group of universities, it is the university with the largest proportion of frontline teaching staff on short-term or zero-hours and other flexible contracts.
Within the Russell Group of universities it is the university with the largest proportion of frontline teaching staff on short-term or zero-hours and other flexible contracts.
A founding member of the Russell Group of universities, Southampton is a global centre for excellence in research, education and enterprise.
As you might expect, Warwick and other members of the leading Russell Group of universities have much lower rates of first years who decide higher education isn't for them than less prestigious institutions.
Each year a significant proportion of pupils move on to the UK's top Russell Group of universities.
Both Newcastle University and Durham University are members of the Russell Group of universities.
All 24 members of the elite Russell Group of universities, of which Birmingham is a member, are being balloted.
The A Level Content Advisory Board (ALCAB) has been established by the Russell Group of universities to advise on the content of reformed A-levels in facilitating subjects such as geography.
It is going to be tough but I would love to study at one of the Russell Group of universities," said Katie, who also competes in national springboard diving competitions.
The new A-levels are set to be introduced in England from September 2015, with the elite Russell Group of universities expected to advise on their future content.
A sentiment echoed by Dr Wendy Piatt, director general of the Russell Group of universities, said: "Congratulations to all those pupils who have worked so hard for their well-deserved GCSE grades.
Commenting on the decision, Dr Wendy Piatt, director general of the Russell Group of Universities, said: "The Finch report said universities should not be expected to bear the brunt of additional costs of moving to open access.