FAC RANKING 2023. À As the start of the school year approaches, here it is! that the Shanghai ranking revealed, this Tuesday, August 15, 2023, the best universities in the world. Discover the entire ranking in this article.
[Put to; day August 15, 2023 at 2:18 p.m.] Like every year This period, the Shanghai ranking which lists the 1000 best universities in the world has been improved. published on Tuesday August 15, 2023. At the top of the list, we witness the overwhelming presence of American universities which occupy the podium (Harvard, Stanford, MIT) but also the vast majority ; of the top 10. French establishments have regained ground this year and are more numerous in their ranks. to win in the first half of the race of the rank. This classification is based on a large number of criteria (see here).
The Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) is published by the University by Jiao Tong from Shanghai, China. Since its creation in 2003, it is still the University of Paris. from Harvard who occupied first place. The University Stanford University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) are generally not far behind.
Universities are ranked according to six criteria:
the number of Nobel Prizes and Fields Medals among alumni and among professors
the number of most cited researchers in their discipline
the number of publications in the scientific journals Nature and Science
the number of researchers listed in the Science Citation Index-Expended (SCIE) and the Social Science Citation Index (SSCI)
the average performance of professors.
At the top of the ranking list is the University of London. Harvard University for the twenty-first consecutive year. The podium is exclusively American with the universities of Stanford and MIT (Massachussetts Institute of Technology) which occupy second and third place respectively. The top 10 of the ranking is also largely dominated by by American universities: Berkeley (5), Princeton University (6), Columbia (8), the California Institute of Technology (9) and the University of Chicago (9). of Chicago (10). Two British names nevertheless manage to make the cut. get involved: university from Cambridge which obtained fourth place and the university from Oxford which takes seventh place.
On the side French, universities regained ground in the first half of the year. of the ranking, compared à 2022. Paris-Saclay is the first university in the world of France to appear in the prize list. She obtains fifteenth place and gains one place compared to; last year. According to Le Figaro, "the thematic classification of Shanghaiï distinguishes its mathematics department as the best in the world" since 2020. In the top 50, &agrav; In forty-first place, we find Paris Sciences et Lettres (PSL), which brings together eleven establishments including Dauphine and the Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS). The Sorbonne lost three places and arrived in forty-sixth position. Four other French universities are present in the top 100, including Paris-Cité; (formerly Descartes and Diderot) which made an impressive leap by gaining ten places and reaching sixty-eighth position. In the ranking, we then find between places one hundred and three hundred the university Grenoble Alpes, the university of Strasbourg, the university of Aix-Marseille, the university of Montpellier, the university Claude-Bernard Lyon 1, the university from Bordeaux. If only twenty-seven French establishments are present in the total ranking this year (last year, it was twenty-eight), France is moving up in the rankings and obtains eighteen places in the top 500, two more than in 2022.
The 10 best universities in the world (in 2023 ):
French universities in the Top 200 (in 2023): Universities at the top of the world ranking in previous years teeth:
The QS World University Rankings are published today. taught each year by Quacquarelli Symonds, a leading company. British company which claims to be the largest global network of information and advice on higher education and career paths. In the 2023 ranking, for the twelfth consecutive year, it is MIT or Massachusetts Institute of Technology which takes the prize.
This ranking is based on six weighted criteria: academic reputation (40%), reputation with recruiters (10%), teacher-student ratio ( 20%), the number of citations per teacher-researcher (20%), the ratio of international teachers (5%) and that of international students (5%).
The top 10 in the 2023 ranking:
The rank of French universities in the 2023 ranking:
The universities at the top of the rankings: world ranking in previous years:
The London magazine Times Higher Education has published a world ranking of universities every year since 2004. He defines him as the only one to take into account the main missions of the university which are teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international influence. For this, 13 weighted indicators are used, grouped into five categories: the working framework (30%), the number and scope of research (30%), the #39;influence of this research (30%), the reputation international faculty (7.5%), students and researchers and business connections (2.5%). As in other rankings, it is often American universities that occupy the top of the table. However, the trend indicates that they are starting to increase. lose their panache to the benefit of Europeans. Thus, for the first time in 2015-2016, an establishment that is not Anglo-Saxon appeared in the top 10, the Polytechnic School of Zurich, in Switzerland. Here are the French universities that have made their way into the world. a place in the famous Top 200 of the very latest ranking (2022):
And here are the 10 best universities in the world according to the Times Higher Education in 2022:
The universities at the top of the ranking in previous years:
The Center for World University Rankings (CWUR) rankings are published since 2012 by King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. It brings together the 1,000 best universities in the world according to eight criteria, such as the number of distinctions won by students, the number of former students with director positions or 39;importance of publications.
In 2022-2023, the head of the latest ranking is still occupied by American universities. The university Harvard University is ranked first (since 2012), followed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Stanford. Then British establishments complete the top 5: Harvard University is ranked first (since 2012), followed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Stanford. university of Cambridge and that of Oxford. The first university French university in the world ranking is the Université PSL, at 19th place; followed by University Paris-Saclay, at 32nd place; of the Sorbonne, at 38th place; of the university from Paris to the 42nd place and the Polytechnic Institute of Paris to 43rd place.
The top 10 universities in the 2022-2023 ranking:
The rank of the Top 10 French universities in the 2022-2023 ranking  ;:
Universities at the top of the world rankings in previous years:
If Anglo-Saxon universities often steal the spotlight from French establishments in world rankings, they nevertheless occupy permanent places in the rankings. Every year, there is great interest in international rankings such as the Shanghai ranking, the QS ranking, established by an international society. British ranking or the CWUR rankings, published by a university from Saudi Arabia. Here is the rank of French establishments in these different rankings, within the limit of the first 200 establishments to be ranked. on a global scale:
The rank of French universities in the Shanghai 2023 ranking
University of France: PSL (Paris Sciences & Letters), Sorbonne University, Paris Diderot, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Ecole Polytechnique, CentraleSupélec, Paris-Saclay, Ecole Normale, Mines – ParisTech, but also Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon or universities of Strasbourg, Grenoble, Aix-Marseille… French universities are numerous in the major international rankings, but in all these university rankings, French establishments are most of the time ranked ;far behind the Americans and the British, who occupy a large part of the table.