U-Multirankhelps you compare universities
around the world – matching like with like
and seeing what each is best at.
For your convenience, we’ve created a selection of rankings by choosing the settings for you to allow you to see which universities are performing best in different areas.
U-Multirank 2015 Edition | Now Online
U-Multirank’s 2015 Edition is now online! Check out our 2015 launch interview, with joint project leaders, Professor Frank Ziegele of the CHE and Professor Dr. Frans van Vught of CHEPS, and learn all about what U-Multirank is, who it’s for and why it was created.
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Stefan Jahnke, President of the Erasmus Student Network
“U-Multirank has shown that it’s possible to have a multi-dimensional ranking that caters to the growingly diverse needs of mobile students. The Erasmus Student Network fully supports and believes in the idea to give students the choice to choose an institution tailored to their needs.”
Tibor Navracsics, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sports
“U-Multirank has once again shown its added value. High-performing universities are crucial for Europe’s return to economic growth, for educating young people to face the future with confidence and for injecting knowledge and innovation into our societies. I am very pleased that with the seed-funding for U-Multirank from the Erasmus+ programme, the EU is helping to bring new transparency to how universities perform so students can make well-informed study choices and universities can build on their strengths.”
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