Oxford ranked first for Modern Languages in latest QS World Rankings

Oxford University has been ranked first for Modern Languages in the QS World Rankings for 2012-13, overtaking Harvard University who had the top spot last year. Professor Richard Cooper, Chair of the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, said:

“This is a powerful and gratifying endorsement of the breadth of our syllabus in Modern Languages, the quality of our students, both undergraduate and graduate, of our research libraries, and above all of the excellence and dedication in teaching and research of the members of our Faculty.”

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