The best universities in the UK are in order.
From Cambridge to the University of Oxford, the list is not exhaustive, but is certainly well-informed.
It is also fair to say that the top universities are doing a great job.
There is an abundance of research and teaching in a range of disciplines, from physics to biology, and universities can boast top-notch teaching, research and facilities.
It is no surprise that the best universities are also the most selective.
Here are the top 10 universities in England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
The University of Cambridge The university was founded in 1858 by Sir Joseph Banks, the first British head of state.
It was the first university to teach in a single room and was one of the first to establish the first permanent university campus.
Today, the university is the UK’s biggest and has a total of 2.2 million students.
The university is also home to the Nobel Laureates in Physics, Chemistry, Astronomy, Neuroscience, Engineering, Mathematics and Economics.
The University of Bristol The city-state of Bristol has a long tradition of being home to world-renowned universities and renowned research centres.
It boasts the world’s best research, including the University, the Royal Society, the Medical Research Council, the European Bioinformatics Institute and the Royal College of Surgeons.
The city-states two Nobel Laureate Nobel Prize winners are Professor Alan Turing, the man who discovered the theory of machine thought, and Dr David Eagleman, the founder of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.
The Royal Society The Royal Society is an international body of researchers, scientists and mathematicians.
The society is the governing body of the British Royal Society.
It has a reputation for being the world leader in research in genetics, and has made the world a much better place.
Its members are internationally recognised in their fields and are also key to shaping the direction of the UK and the world.
It operates seven research centres across the UK, including one at the University College London, one in Oxford and one in Cambridge.
The National Physical Laboratory The National Physical Laboratories (NPL) is the world-leading science laboratory for the detection of atomic, chemical and particle interactions.
It provides a range the UK needs to develop and use for its own research and education.
The NPL is located in London and provides research facilities in the fields of particle physics, atomic and molecular physics, nuclear physics, superconductivity and laser technology.
Oxford University Oxbridge University has a number of outstanding science and engineering centres across Europe, including a centre for the study of materials science and energy.
It offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in engineering, chemistry, physics, medicine, technology and technology.
Oxford is home to Oxford University, which has two Nobel Prize Winners.
The Centre for Molecular Biology and Genetics The Centre for Microbial and Genomic Biology at Oxford is the leading micro- and genomics centre in the country, offering cutting-edge research and world-class facilities.
The centre’s main campus is at Oxford University and offers a wide range of research, which is backed by the UK Government.
It also has one of England’s best universities.
Royal College of Physicians The College of Medical Physicians of Great Britain (CMPGB) is one of only four Royal Colleges of Physicians in the United Kingdom.
The College of Medicine is the only one of its kind in the European Union.
It serves over 25,000 doctors and has been described as one of Europe’s most prestigious medical schools.
It’s home to one of Britain’s most distinguished hospitals, and the country’s oldest operating theatre.
University of Bristol The University has one the UKs biggest academic research networks, with over 3,000 research institutions across its five campuses.
This is made up of the University’s five main research centres: the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS), the Centre for Neurodegenerative Disorders and Neuroscience (CNEN) and the Biomedical Research Centre (BRCC).
The IAS focuses on research into neurodegeneration, including Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease.
CNEN and BRCC are designed to tackle some of the most pressing global challenges of the 21st century, including global warming, pandemics, climate change, air pollution and the spread of HIV.
LSE The LSE is the first academic centre of its type in the U.K., and was established in 1769.
The LSE was designed to provide a platform for international research on issues such as the history and development of science and technology, and to inspire and develop students.
Its faculty is highly regarded across the world, with the UCL, University College Cork and the University in Glasgow among its top five institutions.
Suffolk University Sociology is a key area of study at Suffolk University.
The school has a global reputation for attracting top research talent and offers courses in a wide variety of disciplines.
The School of Social