Top 10 in all league tables
Loughborough is ranked in the top 10 in each of the most recent national league tables, cementing our status as one of the country’s leading higher education institutions.
We are renowned for the relevance of our research. Our results help business and industry to compete more effectively, shape public policy and ultimately improve the quality of people’s lives.
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Why the UK should stay within the EU’s asylum system after Brexit
Because of its geography, the UK must put an end to uncertainty over asylum policy after Brexit.
Building a Britain fit for the future
The University and its partners announce the launch of the Loughborough Area of Innovation, an inspirational vision for economic growth and greater productivity across our region.
Revolutionising how emergency services tackle life threatening incidents
Research led by Loughborough University seeks to set the new global ‘Gold Standard’ for how emergency services should tackle a chemical, biological, radioactive, or nuclear incident.
‘Strong is the new skinny’ isn’t as empowering as it sounds
Retired female athletes struggle with body image. Some miss their athletic figure, others want a more feminine ideal, while others walk a tightrope between the two.
Salvador Dalí: entertainer who brought Surrealism to a mass market
The Spanish artist was a master self-publicist and one of the most important thinkers in 20th-century art.
News and events
News and resources for journalists, including our list of media friendly experts.
Members of the public invited to attend and be inspired by University’s annual STEM Day
20 February 2019
Artists to collaborate with Loughborough University’s Department of Materials later this month
19 February 2019
Institute of Advanced Studies welcomes leading researcher in environmental medicine through its Motion theme
18 February 2019
LU Arts presents portrait exhibition featuring the University’s LGBT+ community
15 February 2019
Flix Cinema: Call Me By Your Name
Materials conversation with Richard Paul and Duncan Wooldridge
IAS lecture: To develop or not to develop - research & applied perspective on talent in elite sport
Horizontality, Verticality and Progressive Populism: Challenges for theory and practice