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The University, among the 100 best European universities

In Spain, it ranks first in reputation among employers and third in the diversity of its students' origins.


21 | 09 | 2023

The University of Navarra is among the top 100 European universities, according to the first edition of the QS World University Rankings: Europe. Specifically, it ranks 93rd in Europe. Moreover, of the 43 Spanish universities that make it into the ranking, it ranks fifth, behind only major public universities such as the University of Barcelona, the Complutense, the Autonomous University of Barcelona and the Autonomous University of Madrid.

The QS World University Rankings: Europe compares European universities on the basis of 12 indicators related to teaching, research and social impact. The main strengths of the University of Navarra are in two areas: employability and social impact. international outreach.

Thus, on the one hand, the University of Navarra is 35th in Europe in reputation among employers, and first in Spain. It is also sixth in the country in employability results, and 103rd in Europe. From an international perspective, the University of Navarra stands out in several indicators of international outreach: it is 36th in Europe in terms of students received from other countries (seventh in Spain), 38th in terms of students sent (sixth in Spain) and 59th in terms of the national diversity of its students (third in Spain).

According to report for the 2022-2023 academic year, more than 3,900 international students from 115 countries studied at the University of Navarra. Regarding exchange, 701 students from other countries came to the University and 583 students from the University traveled to a foreign university. In addition, the University of Navarra's academic staff is the fifth most international in the country, according to QS.

In this first edition of the QS World University Rankings: Europe 688 universities, from 42 countries across Europe, have passed the minimum thresholds of teaching and research to be ranked. In total, the ranking considered more than 17.5 million articles, 141.6 million citations, as well as 2.1 million nominations from academics and more than 600,000 nominations from employers.