Success for Kings in the Ryugaku Journal ‘best school’ awards
Ryugaku Journal is an influential Japanese EFL magazine and education agency, which every year ranks the world’s best EFL schools.
The Japan Best School Award is voted for by 500 students who have studied overseas, and we are delighted to announce that in 2014 Kings Oxford has been ranked third in the 'best school' category, and first in the 'teaching and administrative support' category. Kings Colleges was named best chain school.
The best schools were chosen based on the reports of 500 RJ students studying overseas, and the criteria were as follows:
1. Teaching and Administrative Support
Congratulating the schools which have been named in the top ten rankings, Ryuaguku Journal said:
“We congratulate all recipient schools on their excellent commitment and dedication to service and support Ryugaku Journal students, and international students in general, to standards that set the benchmark for others to aspire. We are proud to represent you.”
Kings Oxford Principal Simon Fenn commented:
“We are all delighted to learn that many students from Ryugaku Journal have put Kings so high in the school rankings! Everything we do at Kings is directed towards giving our students the best possible experience when they choose and come to us in Oxford.
Every part of a student's experience contributes to their learning and development and we try our best that everything about their stay at Kings Oxford is great. We are proud that Ryugaku Journal students have expressed their confidence in us and we look forward to welcoming many more of them to Oxford.”
Huge congratulations to all the team at Kings Oxford on this recognition, which highlights our college-wide commitment to creating the very best student experience.