The University of East Anglia (UEA) has reached 18th place in the highly-respected Guardian University Guide 2018, rising six places into the top 20.
The prestigious Guardian University Guide ranks UK universities in a range of categories including teaching, student-staff ratios, entry tariffs and career prospects.
The result is the latest league table success for UEA, following a climb to 12th in the Complete University Guide earlier this year.
Prof David Richardson, UEA Vice-Chancellor, said: "I am delighted to see that our dedication to improving and supporting all aspects of the University, from top-class research to an excellent student experience, has been recognised yet again in this important national league table.
“I am exceedingly proud of all UEA colleagues, students and the Students' Union for all they do year on year to make UEA such a successful university.”
Six of the University’s subjects feature in their respective top ten, including American Studies in second, and Accounting and Finance in sixth. Nursing and Midwifery, History of Art and Law are all seventh in their categories, with Earth and Marine Science in 10th place.
For the complete list visit the Guardian University Guide 2018 website.