Warwick has been ranked in eighth place by the Complete University Guide 2018, coming as the leading university in the West Midlands.
The University has maintained its record for never having been placed outside of the top ten universities amongst these rankings.
Meanwhile, Cambridge ranked in first place, with Oxford falling in second place, for the seventh and fourth years respectively.
St Andrews also features on the list, moving up to third place, while University College London has been ranked at seventh with Loughborough falling to tenth place.
Birkbeck (University of London) and the University of Suffolk were two new institutions to join this year’s ranking.
This follows ten subjects at Warwick being ranked in the world’s top fifty by the QS World University Rankings by Subject.
The Complete University Guide also ranked over twenty Warwick departments and subjects within the top ten nationally, including Economics, German and Chemistry.
The rankings are based on a range of factors, including entry standards, student satisfaction, graduate prospects and degree completion.
Annie Jivan, a second-year Engineering student, commented: “I think this ranking is an accurate reflection of the university, and I am very happy to see Warwick getting the credit that it deserves.”