THE University of Winchester's ranking has slipped ten places in the latest national league table.

The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022, have published their latest rankings with Winchester at 106 nationally which is down from 96 last year.

The rankings have slightly fluctuated over the last few years, however they have dropped from 79 since the 2019 guide.

They rose two spots in the 2021 guide, from 98 to 96, but they have fallen significantly over the last few years.

In the south east regional rankings, they have fallen one spot from 12 to 13.

A University of Winchester spokesperson said: “League tables present a snapshot in time and whilst it is disappointing to see a drop in the Times and Sunday Times University Good University Guide this year, the University has performed well within the region, placing in the top 15 in the tables. 

“Our priority is making sure that students have the best possible experience during their time at Winchester and that they benefit from high quality teaching and learning.”

In Hampshire, the University of Southampton remain in the top 20 nationally, falling from 15 to 16. The University of Portsmouth fell from 72 to 88 and Solent University fell from 93 to 112.

The guide was a historic one nationally because it was the first time in its 30 year history that neither Cambridge or Oxford came first, with the University of St Andrews securing the top spot.