TUT ranked no. 30 on the list for the world's top young universitiesTampere University of Technology improved its position in the renowned QS university ranking for top young universities, ranking number 30.
The renowned global higher education think tank QS Quacquarelli Symonds compiled a list of the world’s top young universities under 50 years old. Tampere University of Technology ranked number 30, establishing itself as the best Finnish university. Another Finnish university included in the list was the University of Eastern Finland in position 46.
The world’s top three young universities were Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and KAIST – Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.
Last year, TUT celebrated the 50th anniversary of higher education in the field of technology in Tampere. TUT was first a subsidiary of Helsinki University of Technology and only gained independence in 1972, which warrants its inclusion in the comparison of universities under 50 years old.
Last year, TUT ranked 48th on the same ‘QS Top 50 Under 50’ list.