World University Rankings 2022

World University Rankings 2022

Author: ChemistryViews

The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021 have been published. The first place is held by the University of Oxford, UK, for the sixth consecutive year. The California Institute for Technology (Caltech), Pasadena, USA, and Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA, share the second place.

As in last year’s ranking, the top 20 are mostly dominated by North American and UK universities. The top institution based in continental Europe is the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich, in 15th place, and the top Asian universities are Peking University and Tsinghua University, both China, which share the 16th place.

Top 20 Universities

 


Rank

Institution

Country

Score


1

University of Oxford

UK

95.7

2

California Institute of Technology (Caltech)

USA

95.0

2

Harvard University

USA

95.0

4

Stanford University

USA

94.9

5

University of Cambridge

UK

94.6

5

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

USA

94.6


7

Princeton University

USA

93.6

8

University of California, Berkeley

USA

92.2

9

Yale University

USA

90.8

10

The University of Chicago

USA

89.8


11

Columbia University

USA

89.6

12

Imperial College London

UK

89.1

13

Johns Hopkins University

USA

88.4

13

University of Pennsylvania

USA

88.4

15

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich

Switzerland

88.2


16

Peking University

China

87.5

16

Tsinghua University

China

87.5

18

University of Toronto

Canada

87.2

18

University College London

UK

87.2

20

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

USA

86.7


 

Methodology

The Times Higher Education ranking uses 13 performance indicators, grouped into five areas:

  • Teaching: the learning environment (30 % of the overall ranking score)
  • Research: volume, income, and reputation (30 %)
  • Citations: research influence (30 %)
  • International outlook: staff, students, and research (7.5 %)
  • Industry income: knowledge transfer (2.5 %)

Institutions provide and sign off their institutional data for use in the rankings. Bibliometric data is supplied by Elsevier. The perceived prestige of institutions in teaching and research is evaluated using an annual reputation survey. 


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