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Seven teaching areas of the University, among the best in the world according to the Times Higher Education rankings
At area Law is 44th in the world and first in Spain, according to the Times Higher Education Subject Rankings.
The University of Navarra has been ranked in seven of the eleven areas (Arts and Humanities, Business and Economics, Clinical and Health, Engineering, Law, Life Sciences and Social Sciences) of the Times Higher Education Subject Rankings for 2021. In addition, in the area Law it has managed to rank first in Spain and issue 44th worldwide thanks to the impact of its research and its internationalapproach . In addition to these two aspects, it is also first in teaching in Law in Spain.
This ranking assesses the university performance of the areas according to five indicators: the impact of the research, revenue from industry, international outlook, research y teaching. In each area, these indicators have different weights in order to adapt appropriately to the reality of each sector.
The University of Navarra is ranked 151-175 in the world in the area Business and Economics and is third in Spain. In this area is strong in the ranking for the impact of its research, the international approach , being the best in Spain, and for its teaching.
In the Clinical and Healtharea , the university obtains a position in the 201-250 range, up from last year (251-300). In this area the University is the best in Spain in industry revenues, where it also stands out in the impact of the research. The university is also in this range (201-250) in the area of Arts and Humanities (Arts and Humanities), where good results are obtained in teaching.
The University of Navarra achieves a ranking of 301-400 in Life Sciences, where it stands out for the impact of its research, and 401-500 in Social Sciences, where the University stands out for its revenues from industry. At area in Engineering, the University of Navarra is ranked in the 601-800 range worldwide, a area where it stands out for its revenues from industry.The Times Higher Education Subject Rankings
The ranking has assessed more than 1,500 universities worldwide in the eleven areas examined, with more than 500 new teaching institutions incorporated in this edition. Its data comes from the universities themselves, from the database of scientific production Scopus and from surveys of academics around the world. The ranking uses a total of 13 different values grouped into 5 indicators.