The University of Milan-Bicocca in the ranking of the best universities in the world according to the Times Higher Education - World University Ranking, which assesses teaching, technology transfer, research, the impact of scientific citations, the internationalisation of academic staff and the ability to attract foreign students.
Compared to last year, Milano-Bicocca climbs up the rankings despite the increase in the number of universities surveyed, moving from the 351-400 to the 301-350 range and obtaining seventh place in Italy.
Our university shows an increase on all the dimensions of analysis; moreover, confirming the impact of its excellent scientific production, it ranks 118th in the world for the citation indicator out of more than 1600 universities involved.
Times Higher Education, a prestigious independent British magazine, compares more than 1600 universities around the world in 99 countries making them the largest and most diverse university rankings to date. This year it analysed more than 108 million citations in over 14.4 million research publications and included survey responses from nearly 22,000 scholars worldwide.
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