The University has climbed 11 places in the 2024 QS World University Rankings to 75th in the world.
The respected rankings consider research and discovery, employability and outcomes, learning experience, global engagement and sustainability in their methodology.
The ranking of 75th is the University’s highest ever position in the QS rankings’ 20-year history. A key strength identified was the International Research Network, for which indicator the University was ranked 16th in the world.
Professor Hai-Sui Yu, Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor, said: “Research and teaching expertise at Leeds continues to place us alongside other outstanding universities across the globe.
“This international recognition vindicates our commitment to collaboration rather than competition, building on dynamic and outcome-focused partnerships aimed at tackling the major challenges of our time.
“The ambitious vision outlined in our 10-year strategy, Universal Values, Global Change, ensures we will continue to offer our students a learning environment in which they too can help shape a better future for humanity.”
The full rankings and further information can be found on the QS world rankings pages.