Veterinary Science has been ranked fifth in the world in the latest QS World University Subject Rankings.
The University features among the world’s top institutions in 28 of the 46 subjects listed in this year’s QS World University Rankings by Subject.
The ranking is a comprehensive guide to the world’s top universities in a range of popular subject areas.
Veterinary Science is ranked fifth, up one place, out of 50 published institutions. There are top 100 rankings for Architecture/Built Environment, Medicine, Earth & Marine Sciences, Pharmacy & Pharmacology and Development Studies.
Archaeology; Chemistry; English Language and Literature; Engineering (Civil); Geography and Materials Science are all ranked 101-150.
Engineering (Mechanical); History; Modern Languages; Biological Sciences; Environment Sciences; Physics & Astronomy and Law rank 151-200.
Linguistics; Psychology; Computer Science; Business & Management Studies; Engineering (Electrical); Sociology; Mathematics and Economics & Econometrics are ranked 201-300.
The ranking is a comprehensive guide to the world’s top universities in a range of popular subject areas. Rankings use data from research metrics and the academics & employers surveys (used in the overall rankings published later in the year), grouped under five broad faculty areas: Arts and Humanities; Engineering and Technology; Life Sciences and Medicine; Natural Sciences; and Social Sciences & Management.
Professor Susan Dawson, Head of the University’s Institute of Veterinary Science said: “We are delighted that the University of Liverpool’s Institute of Veterinary Science has achieved such a high global ranking and it is thanks to all the hard work of colleagues across the University.
We are proud of our graduates and what they go on to achieve in the profession both in the UK and further afield.”
To access the full table of results please visit the QS top universities website: https://www.topuniversities.com/subject-rankings/2017.
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