University of Leicester


About University of Leicester

The University of Leicester is a public research university based in Leicester, England. The university is famous for the discovery of genetic fingerprinting and contributing to the discovery and identification of the remains of King Richard III. Granted its Royal Charter in 1957, Leicester is now one of the UK's leading research universities and prides itself on making contributions that have had a positive impact on public health, culture, society and the environment.


Organization Ranking Published
Times Higher Education World University Rankings 25 26 September 2018