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Oxford has become the first British university ever to occupy the top position in the Times Higher Education Supplement World University Rankings, which judges the performance of 980 universities across 79 countries. Only two other institutions have headed the rankings since their inauguration thirteen years ago – California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and Harvard University. Once again Oxford also ranked top in clinical, pre-clinical and health. Vice-Chancellor, Professor Louise Richardson commented 'This wonderful news recognises the extraordinary talent and dedication of all who work and study at Oxford. We are delighted with this affirmation of our global success and will be working hard to maintain our position.'

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