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TUT appears in a number of international rankings along with the world’s leading universities each year. Universities are ranked based on a number of indicators. Emphasis is placed, among others, on scientific output, the number of citations, industry collaboration, employer reputation, expert opinions and the learning environment.
TUT climbs ranking lists – praise for industry collaboration
TUT has been steadily climbing international rankings in recent years. The University has held steady among the world’s top 400 universities in several rankings.
Times Higher Education (THE) ranks universities around the word based on different performance indicators. TUT ranks among the top 600 universities in the world in the Times Higher Education 2017 World University Rankings. In 2018, TUT was placed 77th in THE Golden Age University Ranking, which considers all universities established between 1945 and 1967.
TUT came in at number 366 in the latest QS University Ranking. The University was ranked highest in the categories of Student-Faculty Ratio. On the list for the world's top young universities, TUT ranked no. 41.
In the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018, TUT ranks 323th in Engineering & Technology.
In the category Electrical and Electronic Engineering TUT is ranked between 201-250. In Physics & Astronomy, TUT is ranked between 301-350, and in the category Computer Science & Information Systems between 351-400.
The National Taiwan University (NTU) releases the Performance Ranking of Scientific Papers for World Universities each year. Of the thousands of universities worldwide, only the top 500 make it to the list. The NTU Ranking reflects the volume, quality and impact of scientific papers and ranks universities based on six research fields and 14 subjects.
TUT now stands at the 172th position in the Electrical Engineering category. Compared to 2014, the University has moved up close to 100 places.