Taking on a vital social mission – and excelling in delivering on that goal – ensured that the University of Strathclyde was the big winner at the Times Higher Education Awards 2019. A runners-up position was introduced in 2006. The shortlist for the 2019 Times Higher Education Awards – the annual celebration of the UK university sector which is bigger than ever this year – has been announced. Nearly 80 institutions nominated across 23 categories in bigger-than-ever sector celebration. Alastair McCall, 'King's Takes Academic Crown', London School of Economics and Political Science, "University of the Year 2020: St Andrews is UK's best place to study", "Good University Guide: University of the Year 2018", "Dundee Is Scottish University Of The Year Again : News", http://www.the-awards.co.uk/the2015/awardswinners/winners. Just register and complete your career summary. Alastair McCall, Birmingham is on the move: Taking the stress out of results day helped our University of the Year stand out from the rest, says Alastair McCall', http://www2.le.ac.uk/offices/press/press-releases/2013/september/university-of-leicester-chosen-as-university-of-the-year-runner-up-in-first-ever-joint-sunday-times-times-guide. Post Doctoral Research Assistant in Cryptography, Chair Professor/Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics, Receive World University Rankings news first, Get job alerts, shortlist jobs and save job searches, Participate in reader discussions and post comments, Unlimited access to news, views, insights & reviews. The Sunday Times University of the Year is a prestigious annual award given to a British university or other higher education institution by The Sunday Times. Loughborough University pulled off a hat-trick of wins, topping the Outstanding Entrepreneurial University, Excellence in Registry Services and Outstanding Marketing/Communications Team categories. The winner, chosen by Times Higher Education, will be announced at the awards ceremony. Although very similar in name, this award has no connection to the "University of the Year" award given by Times Higher Education. This year’s awards ceremony will be held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on 28 November. The current University of the Year for 2020 is University of St Andrews, while the University of the Year for 2019 was the University of Strathclyde. Instead, a university is chosen by a panel of experts based on all round academic excellence. Once registered you can read a total of 3 articles each month, plus: Already registered or a current subscriber?Sign in now, Two-day event to focus on how UK universities can ‘change the story’, Universities offer insights on tackling the gender pay gap, excelling at research supervision and supporting disabled students, Awards presented in 18 categories to recognise outstanding contributions to UK higher education, More than 80 institutions make the shortlists across 20 categories, Universities offer insights on engaging with industry, excelling at research support and tackling the student mental health crisis, Strathclyde named University of the Year as Loughborough takes home trio of titles. In addition to the winner, shortlisted universities are also named. There is no shortlist for this category. Judges who handed the Glasgow institution the coveted University of the Year title said that it had returned to its founding vision as the “place of useful learning” and “set itself the … The awards were presented at a ceremony hosted by the comedian Julian Clary at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel. It will also serve as the celebratory finale of our two-day THE Live event, taking place at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel. Hi Peter, please see full details in the winners' booklet: https://cloud.3dissue.net/19519/19560/19712/23696/index.html?76507. Lecturer, Art History and/or Museum Studies, Research Associate, Cardiovascular Sciences, The Human Cell Atlas (Wellcome Sanger Institute and the Broad Institute), The London Institute of Banking & Finance, Northern Accelerator (the universities of Durham, Newcastle, Northumbria and Sunderland), Receive World University Rankings news first, Get job alerts, shortlist jobs and save job searches, Participate in reader discussions and post comments, Unlimited access to news, views, insights & reviews. Registration is free and only takes a moment. Strathclyde also won the Widening Participation or Outreach Initiative of the Year category for its Breaking Barriers initiative, which gives young people with learning disabilities access to education and work experience opportunities. There was double success for the University of West London, which scooped the title for Outstanding Financial Performance and saw its Claude Littner Business School win the Business School of the Year prize.