Rankings assign global positions to universities so that students, researchers and other users can compare them easily.
Each ranking uses its own method, but the total score is always calculated on the basis of a set of indicators. This means that the indicators chosen and the weight they are given in the calculation have an important impact on a university’s position in the ranking.
Young University Rankings
UAntwerp, which was founded in 2003, scores extremely well in Young University Rankings
World University Rankings
Some of our programmes are ranked particularly highly...
The Law programme came a well-deserved 50th in the Times Higher Education Subject Ranking 2019.
UAntwerp also did well in the Shanghai Communication Subject Ranking 2019: our Communication Sciences programme was ranked 41st. The Sociology programme was also ranked 51-75 in the Shanghai Sociology Subject Ranking 2019.
Business Economics made it into the Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking for the first time in 2018. UAntwerp was ranked 90th in 2019 and was also judged to offer the best value for money worldwide.
UAntwerp has moved up in the Times Higher Education Arts & Humanities Ranking 2020: we are now ranked 151-175.
Find out more about the rankings our Faculty of Business and Economics appears in.
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Rector's Office UAntwerp : Andrea Aerts en Joëlle Pletinckx