U-Multirank

is a new way for anyone to
compare universities from all around the world –
matching like with like,
allowing you to see what they’re best at.

Readymade rankings

For your convenience, we’ve created a selection of rankings by choosing the settings for you to allow you to see which universities are performing best in different areas.

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Eva Egron-Polak, Secretary General of the International Association of Universities

“The IAU  welcomes U-Multirank as a new tool for comparing institutions of higher education, less biased by reputation and prestige and better adapted to the diversity in the sector.  Using a multiplicity of indicators it offers users the possibility to choose only those that are of importance to them when comparing institutions. With its promise to improve each year by adding information on new indicators it has real potential for drawing new comparisons among participating HEIs.”

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Andreas Schleicher, Director Education and Skills and Special Advisor on Education Policy at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

“With a first-of-its-kind multi-dimensional approach to comparing institutional performance, U-Multirank is now putting students and the public into the driver’s seat of determining which universities are doing well on what and why. It has the potential to fundamentally transform our views on the quality of higher education and to create a genuinely level playing field for universities.”

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Fernando M. Galán, Vice-Chairperson of the European Students Union

“ESU believes that U-Multirank will be an extremely useful tool for students all over the world, being the first global ranking that includes in a serious manner the teaching and learning dimension.”

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Androulla Vassiliou, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth

“I welcome the launch of this exciting new development in higher education. U-Multirank will enable students to make more informed decisions about where to study and give us a more accurate picture of how universities perform.”

850+

 

universities and higher education institutions

74

 

countries

60,000+

 

students taking part

Glossary

All the jargon and terminology explained: what it all means in plain and simple terms.

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Measures

Descriptions of the different measures and features assessed by U-Multirank’s research.

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