QS: World's Best Universities in 48 Subjects Revealed

QS: World's Best Universities in 48 Subjects Revealed

PR Newswire

LONDON, February 26, 2019

LONDON, February 26, 2019 /PRNewswire/ --

The world's most-consulted university rankings portfolio[1], released today by global higher education analysts QS Quacquarelli Symonds, ranks 1222 universities in 78 countries across 48 single subjects and five broad subject-areas. The QS World University Rankings by Subjects features the insight of 83,000 academics, who contributed over 1.25 million nominations to QS's Academic Survey while  42,000 employers, contributed 199,123 nominations to QS's Employer Survey; 150 million citations yielded from 22 million academic papers were analysed to compile the rankings.

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Major Trends 


   
                QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019:
                      Top-10 countries by number of
                           top-10 departments
    Location                                     Number of top-10 departments
    United States                                             234
    United Kingdom                                            137
    Switzerland                                                22
    Australia                                                  18
    Canada                                                     15
    Singapore                                                  14
    Netherlands                                                12
    Italy                                                       6
    Mainland China                                              4
    Sweden                                                      4
                                (c) TopUniversities.com

Ben Sowter, Research Director at QS, said: "The major narrative emerging here is the perhaps-inexorable erosion of United States pre-eminence. Since 2015, it has lost 10% of its top-ranked research departments, with China, Australia, and the United Kingdom the major beneficiaries. UK research performance stays strong despite considerable funding cuts, though the contribution that EU research collaboration has made to this success cannot be understated."


   
    University Leader                         Subjects

    Harvard                                         12
    MIT                                             11
    Oxford                                           6
    UCL                                              2

Universities leading in one Subject 

British Columbia, Cambridge, Colorado School of Mines, Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne, ETH Zurich, Julliard School, Karolinska Institute, LSE, Loughborough, Royal College of Art, Royal Veterinary College, La Sapienza, Stanford, University of Amsterdam, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, UPenn, Pittsburgh, Sussex, Wageningen.

Methodology

[1] 'Most-consulted' refers to data from media monitoring platform Meltwater, corroborated by insights from SimilarWeb, Alexa, and Google Analytics.

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