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Computer Science at Aalto ranks 88th in the Times Higher Education Ranking

Engineering and technology placed 101-125 in the world.
Students of Aalto University / Photo by Unto Rautio

Aalto University’s Computer Science rose to 88th place in the world in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2019 by subject. In the ranking list, 684 universities were included. The subject moved up two spots from last year, when it placed 90th.

In Engineering & Technology, Aalto ranked in the range of 101–125 from over 900 universities assessed. In both listings, Aalto came first among Finnish universities.

Times Higher Education is one of the world's most important university rankings. THE’s general ranking measures the performance of universities with 13 indicators in the areas of international research, citations, teaching and research funding from companies.

In addition to the general list, THE produces rankings in specific fields of science as well as regional rankings. Aalto’s THE general ranking this year is 181.

Specific rankings are more relevant to Aalto University than the general rankings, as Aalto specialises in technology, business and arts.

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