Aalto maintains strong position in ShanghaiRankings

Altogether eight subjects rank in the top 100 worldwide
Graphic image of ShanghaiRankings 2019 with white and red background, text on the picture Telecommunications Engineering 22 in the world.

Aalto University has again seen excellent performance in the respected university rankings, the ShanghaiRanking Global Ranking of Academic Subjects.

Aalto’s top ranking field according to the 2019 results is Telecommunication Engineering, which rose to 22nd in the world (last year 28th). Computer Science and Engineering ranked 47th (51-75).  Two subjects from the Aalto School of Business improved their position and placed among the top 50: Business Administration 29th (34) and Management 32nd (36).

Several other fields at Aalto also ranked in the top 100: Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Remote Sensing, Mining and Mineral Engineering and Transportation Science and Technology.

The annual ShanghaiRankings, first released in 2009, evaluate universities in 54 subjects across the natural sciences, engineering, as well as life, medical and social sciences. The rankings do not assess subjects related to art and design. In total, over 4000 universities were evaluated in 2019.

ShanghaiRankings by subjects 2019

 

 

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