De Montfort University QS Ranking

By | 19th May 2017

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De Montfort University QS Ranking

Reputation and rankings

The university has one of the largest numbers of Teacher Fellows of any UK university and was awarded Centre of Excellence status for its performance practice teaching and student support. This award has enabled further investment in research as well as the construction of a new building with state-of-the-art performance studios, rehearsal areas and the latest technology.

Affiliations and partnerships

The university has special arrangements with more than 80 universities and colleges in over 25 countries, including Nanjing University, ranked 120th in the world by the Times Higher Education and situated in Jiangsu Province, eastern China. The two universities have launched various initiatives, including a scholarship programme for De Montfort students and doctoral study coupled with English language tuition for students from Nanjing. De Montfort’s Institute of Creative Technologies will also advise Nanjing University on a digital recreation of medieval China, following the success of the institute in developing a virtual rendition of Leicester during its Roman occupation.

The numerous cultural partnerships that the university holds currently include a link with Leicester City Football Club, utilising the university’s expertise in sports history to help make the club’s heritage more widely available, as well a partnership with the British Library, which will see the two institutions working together in order to boost research and cultural activities. The university has also collaborated with Leicester in the creation of the Digital Media Centre (DMC) in Leicester city centre, which received £1 million in funding from the university. Through the university’s involvement, the DMC will benefit from the latest research in media and related technologies. Students on appropriate courses will have the opportunity to use the production and educational facilities at the Centre.

The university was a member of the University Alliance group, but left in October 2013.