UAlg remains among the best young universities in the world
THE's list only indicates the exact place of the institutions up to the 100th position, from which they are classified by intervals, without hierarchy.
In this increasingly competitive ranking, UAlg is classified between positions 301 and 350. This is the 12th year of publication of this evaluation by THE, which in this edition sees an increase in the number of institutions (605), compared to 2022 (539), and territories, from 74 last year to 78 in 2023. Another 358 institutions are still listed with the status of "Reporter", which means that they provided data, but did not meet the eligibility criteria to receive a rating.
The 13 indicators evaluated are the same used in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings and are organised around five major areas: the quality of teaching and research, the citations of scientific articles produced, its relationship with industry or its international projection.
The results of this ranking can be consulted here.
See more information about UAlg in the rankings here.