THE Impact Rankings 2021 show strong results for the University of Greenwich


The university ranked 11th globally in the category of reducing inequalities

The Times Higher Education Impact Rankings measure global universities’ success in delivering the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and are the only global performance tables that assess universities against these SDGs. This year's THE Impact Rankings has shown the university maintains its spot in the top 20% globally across a series of measures.120426

Overall, across all 17 of the measurements, the University of Greenwich ranks 100-200 out of a total of 1,115 institutions that submitted data, meaning the university is in the top 20% worldwide. Other highlights included ranking extremely highly in the areas of reducing inequalities (11th) and Life on Land.

Vice-Chancellor Professor Jane Harrington said:

"At the University of Greenwich, we're proud to take a strong stance on these vital issues within society, and are committed to continuing to work to really make a global difference. These issues are part of our core values as a university and we will continue to make them central to everything we do.

"Being consistently recognised for our work in these key categories shows tha,t while there is still plenty to be done, we are having a positive impact on the world around us and that is something we should all be proud of.”

This is the third edition of the Impact Rankings, click here to see the rankings in full.