Lund University has been ranked as the 60th best university in the world and number one in Sweden by the QS World University Rankings 2014/15, released today.
Lund University has been ranked as the 60th best university in the world and number one in Sweden by the QS World University Rankings 2014/15, released earlier this week. Lund University strengthen its world top 100 university position by seven places from last year.
Within Sweden, Lund University is ranked in top place among the ten ranked Swedish universities. Of specific note, Lund University is also ranked number one for the criteria of academic reputation and percentage of international students.
The School of Economics and Management at Lund University performs well (LUSEM). In the QS University Subject Rankings 2014 Accounting and Finance rank in the top 100 in the span between place 51-100. So does Economics and Econometrics moving up from the span of 101-150.
The QS World University Rankings 2014/15 rank the world’s top 863 universities (out of over 3,000 considered). Rankings are based on the four key pillars of research, teaching, employability and internationalisation.
With 17,000 internationally recognised universities in the world, this ranking once again reinforces Lund University’s place in the global top tier of higher education, among 0.4% of the world’s universities.