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The University improves international outreach and research in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022
The University is the fourth best in Spain and ranks among the 251-300 best universities in the world.
02 | 09 | 2021
The University of Navarra has improved in four of the five indicators that make up the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022, which ranks more than 1,600 universities worldwide. Compared to last year, it has improved in research(+1.4%), citations among academics (+1.8%), industry revenues (+2.5%) and international outreach(+2.2%).
The University of Navarra is first in Spain both in the indicators of approachinternational and in the income of researchper professor. The ranking places the University of Navarra in the 251-300 range and in fourth position in Spain (out of 52 ranked in this edition). The top three Spanish universities are Catalan public institutions: Pompeu Fabra, Autónoma de Barcelona and the University of Barcelona.
In its study, THE has employeemore than 22,000 interviews with academics, 14.4 million articles and more than 108 million citations from the last five years thanks to the bibliometric information of the academic databaseElsevier. In this edition, THE World University Ranking has compared more than 2,100 universities from over 99 countries around the world, of which 1,600 have met the minimum requirementsto be ranked and after providing together more than 24,600 dataof their teaching, income and research.
For this ranking, Times Higher Education analyses the performance of universities in five areas: teaching, research, appointments among academics, industry income and international outreach
Pilar Lostao, Vice President of International Office of the University of Navarra, highlighted the work of the University's academics and professionals to improve research and internationalization, and positively valued the fact that rankings such as THE recognize this effort. "The improvement in these indicators is an incentive to continue working for the quality of research and the international outreach dimension of our campus", he said.