What is Russel Group?

The Russell Group represents 24 leading UK universities which are committed to maintaining the very best research, an outstanding teaching and learning experience and unrivaled links with business and the public sector.

Russel Group Universities

 

Our research-intensive, world-class universities play an important part in the intellectual life of the UK and have huge social, economic and cultural impacts locally, across the UK and around the globe.

While our member universities have histories varying in length from 50 years to nearly 1,000, the Russell Group itself is a newer body, whose board members – the heads of the Russell Group universities – first began to meet in 1994. Set up as a professional, incorporated organization in 2007, its aim is to help ensure that our universities have the optimum conditions in which to flourish and continue to make social, economic and cultural impacts through their world-leading research and teaching. We provide strategy, policy development, intelligence, communications and advocacy for our member institutions.

Find out more detailed information here:

http://russellgroup.ac.uk/media/5524/rg_text_june2017_updated.pdf

The Russell Group’s 24 members are world-class, research-intensive universities. They are unique institutions, each with their own history and ethos, but they share some distinguishing characteristics.

They are committed to maintaining the very best research, an outstanding teaching and learning experience and unrivaled links with local and national business and the public sector.

Russell Group universities have huge social, economic and cultural impacts locally, across the UK and around the globe:

  • They produce more than two-thirds of the world-leading research produced in UK universities and support more than 300,000 jobs across the country.
  • Their economic output is more than £32 billion every year.
  • In 2015-16, 417,000 undergraduates and 192,500 postgraduates were studying at a Russell Group university.

Our members attract students and staff from around the world and work with major multinational businesses and international organizations:

  • Thirty-nine percent of academic staff and 34% of students are of non-UK nationality, attracted to our universities by the quality, relevance, and reputation of the research groups and departments they join.

Russell Group members also have a strong role and influence within their regional and local communities, collaborate with businesses on joint research projects and supply highly-qualified and highly-motivated graduates to the local workforce.

UK Contribution

The List is given below as of 2017,

  1. University of Birmingham >
  2. University of Bristol >
  3. University of Cambridge >
  4. Cardiff University >
  5. Durham University >
  6. University of Edinburgh >
  7. University of Exeter >
  8. University of Glasgow >
  9. Imperial College London >
  10. King’s College London >
  11. University of Leeds >
  12. University of Liverpool >
  13. London School of Economics and Political Science >
  14. University of Manchester >
  15. Newcastle University >
  16. University of Nottingham >
  17. University of Oxford >
  18. Queen Mary University of London >
  19. Queen’s University Belfast >
  20. University of Sheffield >
  21. University of Southampton >
  22. University College London >
  23. University of Warwick >
  24. University of York >

 

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Relevant links:

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http://russellgroup.ac.uk/about/our-universities/russell-group/

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