Poland’s prime two universities have risen to their highest ever positions within the prestigious QS World College Rating, and are actually rated as among the many 300 finest universities on the earth for the primary time.
In accordance with the newly launched index, the most effective Polish establishment is the College of Warsaw, which took 284th place, up from 308th final yr. The Jagiellonian College in Kraków, Poland’s oldest institute of upper schooling, was shut behind in 293rd, up from 309th.
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13 extra Polish establishments, the identical quantity as final yr, additionally rated among the many world’s 1000 finest, with their rankings as follows (for universities under the highest 500, precise positions should not given):
1. College of Warsaw (284th)
2. Jagiellonian College (293rd)
3. Life Sciences in Poznań (521-530)
4. Warsaw College of Expertise (521-530)
5. AGH College of Science and Expertise (801-1000)
6. Adam Mickiewicz College, Poznań (801-1000)
7. Cracow College of Expertise (801-1000)
8. Gdańsk College of Expertise (801-1000)
9. Łódź College of Expertise (801-1000)
10. Nicolaus Copernicus College in Toruń (801-1000)
11. Poznań College of Expertise (801-1000)
12. College of Gdańsk (801-1000)
13. College of Łódź (801-1000)
14. College of Wrocław (801-1000)
15. Wroclaw College of Science and Expertise (801-1000)
The QS rating differs from the Tutorial Rating of World Universities (ARWU) – extensively known as the Shanghai Rating – which final yr discovered solely ten Polish universities within the prime 1,000 and positioned each the Jagiellonian and College of Warsaw within the 401-500 bracket.
The third of the principle three such rankings, compiled by the Instances Larger Schooling, in contrast consists of solely two Polish universities within the prime 1,000: the Jagiellonian (within the 501-600 bracket) and the College of Warsaw (601-800 bracket)
Ten Polish universities amongst world’s prime 1000 in new worldwide rating
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Alicja Ptak is senior editor at Notes from Poland and a multimedia journalist. She beforehand labored for Reuters.