University of Szeged ranked best Hungarian university in QS World Ranking

The University of Szeged was class the best Hungarian university in this year’s Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World Ranking. The institution has managed to maintain its prestigious 551-560th position in a rapidly expanding international field. The university has been listed among the top Hungarian higher education institutions for more than a decade, consistently ranking first among Hungarian universities surveyed.

Retaining its 551-560th place in the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings, the University of Szeged remains the best in Hungary, the university Told MTI Thursday.

Published on Wednesday, the British QS World University Rankings 2023 lists 2,462 higher education institutions, around 800 more than last year, and ranks 1,422, including 122 new universities surveyed.

A total of eleven Hungarian universities have been selected, two of which for the first time.

The University of Debrecen was placed in the 651-700 category, while Eötvös Loránd University and the University of Pécs were placed between 701 and 750. The 801-1000 category included the University of Technology and Economy of Budapest, the Széchenyi University of Győr and the Hungarian University of Agriculture. and life sciences. Budapest Corvinus University, Miskolc University, Pannon University of Veszprém and Óbuda University were placed between 1001 and 1200.

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The list is drawn up by the London-based company Quacquarelli Symonds every year since 2004 on the basis of the following criteria: the teacher-student ratio, the number of foreign students and professors, the opinions of employers, the number of citations of academic articles related to the institution and academic opinions.

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