King’s College London second in the world for dentistry
King’s College London has maintained its position as second in the world for dentistry, according to QS World University rankings.
This is the third year in a row the university has come third in the world and top amongst UK universities.
The top 20 universities included:
- Karolinska Institutet
- King’s College London
- (=2) Academic Centre for Dentistry Amsterdam
- The University of Hong Kong
- University of Michigan
- University of Gothenburg
- Harvard University
- University of Zurich
- University of Bern
- Tokyo Medical and Dental University
- (=10) University of Washington
- University of Birmingham
- University of California
- (=14) University of North Carolina
- New York University
- KU Leuven
- The University of Manchester
- (=18) University of Pennsylvania
- Universidade de São Paulo
- (=20) University of British Columbia.
‘Maintaining our position as the top school in the UK and in the top two institutions in the world for dentistry in these global rankings reaffirms our position as a world-class institution,’ Professor Mike Curtis, executive dean of the faculty, said.
‘It reflects the dedication, commitment and innovation of our academic and professional staff, our students and our alumni.
‘All staff and students should all take significant pride in these terrific results.
‘They emphasise our pre-eminent standing on the world stage.’