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The University has risen 29 places in the in the latest Center for World University Rankings (CWUR).
Globally the University now ranks 134th in the world with a national rank of 14th. Overall, the University is ranked in the top 0.7% of global universities.
Four key pillars underlie the methodology of the ranking, quality of education, alumni employment, quality of faculty, and research performance. The rankings do not rely on surveys or university data submissions and place an equal emphasis on learning environment and research. The University is ranked within the top 100 globally for Quality of Faculty.
The Center for World University Rankings (CWUR) publishes the largest academic rankings of global universities with twenty thousand universities analysed and ranked according to their academic performance.
Harvard leads the global CWRU rankings, with Cambridge the highest of the UK Universities (4th globally).
The full rankings are available at: http://cwur.org/2020-21.php
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