The QS ranking is based on surveying academic staff that declare a speciality in the subject area, and employers who recruit graduates that specialise in the discipline. It also takes into account research output and impact, with both citations and paper output measured over a five-year period.
Head of Communication and Media Professor David Deacon commented: “we are delighted to be recognised for our outstanding reputation for communication and media for the tenth year in a row. Our recognition in these rankings is testament to our academic staff who are committed to providing a high-quality student experience.”
The full QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023 tables can be found here. Further information about Loughborough’s success in the QS rankings can be found here.
Discover some of the opportunities in Communication and Media offered at Loughborough here.