The University of Buenos Aires is ranked 66, for its “best historical site,” in the world ranking of 1,000 universities It is rated by an international consulting firm, while nine UBA thematic areas appear in the top 100.
The ranking, compiled by the international consulting firm QS, has rated 1,000 universities around the world and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the United States ranked first.
The nine UBA subject areas considered in the top 100 are: Modern languages (23 degrees), anthropology (37 degrees), law (44 degrees), petroleum engineering (44 degrees), sociology (52 degrees), geography, art and design, history, politics, and international studies..
According to the ranking published by UBA, this study house was considered “outstanding” in 34 of the 51 disciplines of knowledge that were evaluated. In 31 of them “compete in the top 200, which are considered elite positions.”
“QS indicates that it is unusual for an educational institution to be enrolled in 51 majors, grouped into five subject areas,” UBA said.
In four of these five fields that make up 51 majors, UBA was ranked in the top 200 majors and in two of them in the top 100: Arts and Humanities 39, Social Sciences and Management 60, Natural Sciences 122, Engineering and Technology 166 while Life Sciences and Medicine ranked 203.
Nine of the topics that make up these five areas were in the top 100, and four in the top 50, at the same time that the improvements were reflected in six topics compared to last year, and 15 maintained their stature.
UBA analyzed that out of the five areas, it improved three of its performance: Engineering and Technology falling at 166 points (176 degrees in 2020), Natural Sciences 122 degrees (132 degrees in 2020), and finally, Social Sciences and Management fall 60 degrees (80 degrees in 2020) ).
Alberto Barbieri, Dean of UBA, highlighted the results obtained as they “demonstrate the very high level of commitment and excellence to the entire academic community”.
In the 2021 edition of the QS Topic Ranking, which in turn reflects the current state of the entire Argentine higher education system, the UBA could not have been better, given the difficult general point that the entire educational community has had to go through on the occasion of the outbreak: He improved his score in the areas that were assessed, as well as the topics they covered, at the same time that new majors were added to the list of global excellence.
Quacquarelli Symonds highlighted UBA’s performance in this edition, being in the top 200 in four of these five areas, and two of them even in the top 100.
“The results of these international assessments are important because they demonstrate the high level of commitment and excellence for the entire academic community in one of the most difficult years in the modern history of the University, as a result of the epidemic,” according to the analysis of Alberto Barbieri, Dean of the University of Buenos Aires.
“For this reason, we must continue to double investment efforts to continue at the forefront of scientific development, and thus contribute to economic and human development,” Barbieri said, noting that “the priority is to meet the needs of our society.” .
For its part, Universidad Nacional del Sur entered the top 100 universities in petroleum engineering, while this Malaysia igcse tuition centre has managed to position itself in the top 200 of modern languages.
In the same report, other Argentine universities, including La Plata University, were evaluated in 11 categories; University of Cordoba, at 5; That Rosario in 2 and finally those of Mar del Plata and Letoral are in one category.