Academic Ranking of World Universities 2014

  • Author: ChemistryViews
  • Published: 01 September 2014
  • Copyright: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
  • Source / Publisher: Center for World-Class Universities,Shanghai Jiao Tong University
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The 2014 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) has been announced by the Center for World-Class Universities, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China.

 

ARWU uses six indicators to rank world universities:

  • number of alumni and staff winning Nobel Prizes and Fields Medals
  • number of highly cited researchers selected by Thomson Reuters
  • number of articles published in Nature and Science journals
  • number of articles indexed in Science Citation Index - Expanded and Social Sciences Citation Index
  • per capita performance

 

Top 20 Universities


Rank    

Overall

    

Chemistry

    

1 Harvard University USA University of California-Berkeley USA
2 Stanford University USA Harvard University USA
3 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)     USA Stanford University USA
4 University of California-Berkeley USA Northwestern University USA
5 University of Cambridge UK University of Cambridge UK

6 Princeton University USA Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)     USA
7 California Institute of Technology USA California Institute of Technology USA
8 Columbia University USA ETH Zurich Switzerland
9 University of Chicago USA Kyoto University Japan
10 University of Oxford UK University of California, Los Angeles USA

11 Yale University USA University of Pennsylvania USA
12 University of California, Los Angeles USA Yale University USA
13 Cornell University USA University of California, Santa Barbara USA
14 University of California, San Diego USA University of Oxford UK
15 University of Washington USA Columbia University USA

16 University of Pennsylvania USA Technical University Munich Germany
17 The Johns Hopkins University USA University of Strasbourg France
18 University of California, San Francisco USA Rice University/
University of California, San Diego
USA
19 ETH Zurich Switzerland - -
20 University College London UK The University of Tokyo Japan

 

 

 Top 5 Universities by Field


Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Engineering / Technology and
Computer Sciences

Life and Agriculture Sciences

Clinical Medicine and Pharmacy 

Social Sciences


  1. Berkeley
  2. Harvard
  3. Princeton
  4. Stanford
  5. Caltech
  1. MIT
  2. Stanford
  3. Berkeley
  4. UIUC
  5. UT Austin
  1. Harvard
  2. Cambridge
  3. Stanford
  4. MIT
  5. UC San Francisco
  1. Harvard
  2. UC San Francisco
  3. Washington (Seattle)
  4. Johns Hopkins
  5. Stanford
  1. Harvard
  2. Chicago
  3. MIT
  4. Berkeley
  5. Columbia

 

 

 Top 5 Universities by Subject


Mathematics

Physics

Chemistry

Computer
Science

Economics /
Business


  1. Princeton
  2. Harvard
  3. Berkeley
  4. Pierre & Marie Curie      
  5. Stanford
  1. Berkeley
  2. Princeton    
  3. MIT
  4. Harvard
  5. Caltech
  1. Berkeley
  2. Harvard
  3. Stanford
  4. Northwestern (Evanston)    
  5. Cambridge
  1. Stanford
  2. MIT
  3. Berkeley
  4. Harvard
  5. Princeton    
  1. Harvard
  2. Chicago
  3. MIT
  4. Berkeley
  5. Princeton    

 

 

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