The QS World Rankings aim to identify the leading institutions, schools and departments globally.
The methodology used for the rankings has six indicators, taking into account four broad categories; research reputation, the learning and teaching environment, research impact, and internationalisation.
We are delighted to announce that Law at Swansea has made it into the Top 200 in the QS World Rankings by Subject for 2022, showing a significant improvement on its 2021 position, climbing 100 places.
Commenting on Swansea’s position Associate Professor Alison Perry, Head of the Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law, said:
“We are delighted to see that Swansea has improved its ranking among the top law schools in the world, according to this year’s QS rankings.
This, with our consistently high rankings in other independent surveys and league tables for student satisfaction, employability and research excellence, confirm that Law at Swansea continues to build its reputation for international excellence and world-leading research, in addition to providing an excellent learning environment for our students.”