Politecnico di Torino has scored another excellent result in the new QS World University Rankings, an International University Ranking
published today by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS). Politecnico climbed 40 positions and is now 308 th out of over 1,600 universities. This means Politecnico has now entered the top 26% worldwide, the highest position it has ever occupied.
The areas in which it has improved more significantly are academic reputation, one of Politecnico’s main strengths, where it gains 36 positions, and student internationalization, where it advances 46 positions, marking a clear improvement.
Quality of research remains one of its strongest assets, thanks to the indicator Citation per Faculty, an area in which Politecnico is ranked in the top 200 positions worldwide. Another highlight is its reputation in the industrial sector, where it occupies the 162 nd position. Recently, Politecnico di Torino has scored another brilliant result, in U- Multirank’s ranking. Politecnico’s increase in high-end indicators allowed it to be promoted by the EU. Out of 36 parameters, 7 were rated as “very good” (an improvement of 2 from the previous), while a total of 23 parameters are in the “very good” and “good” ranges.