Because apparently applying to and attending the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry still isn't allowed for us muggle lot, it didn't make the list of the top 100 universities in the world - but this is the lot that did.
Each year, the big cheeses over at Times Higher Education put together a list of the best ranking universities based on their performance, grades and talent that it produces.
Here's a list of the UK universities in the top 100:
A rankings editor Phil Baty explained that universities in the UK have dropped off slightly in this year's list, and put it down to other countries drawing in the talent.
He commented: "The UK will have to ensure that it can still draw in talent and investment from across the world and it does not lose its position at the heart of higher education's global elite.
"Outside this tiny super group, the global higher education world is changing, and some leading lights in the US and UK, for example, household names, have lost ground, while universities in China, Hong Kong, Japan and South Korea are all making progress.
"We now have a Chinese university in the world top 20 for the first time, and another right behind it in the top 30."
Here's the top 10 overall universities:
Look at the top 100 here, and then giz us a tweet over at the usual place with your opinions, yo.