World Shanghai 2022 classification: four French universities in the top 100
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First non-Anglo-Saxon establishment with its 16th place, Paris-Saclay University loses three places compared to the 2021 classification. PSL University (Paris Science and Letters) figure in 40th, the Sorbonne in the 43rd and the Paris University cited at 78th.
with Harvard in first place for the 20th consecutive year, American universities still set at the top of the, published Monday August 15, in which four French establishments are maintained in the Top 100. Anglo-Saxon establishments stand out as last year at the first ten places: eight American universities and two British occupies the top of the 2022 edition of this world ranking of the best higher education establishments, carried out since 2003 by the independent firm Shanghai Ranking Consultancy.
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enthroned in first place, Harvard once again is ahead of his compatriot Stanford. This year, another American university, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), has taken up third place in the podium, relegating the British Cambridge to fourth position. We then find the American universities Berkeley (5th) and Princeton (6th) then the British Oxford (7th). In total, 39 American universities appear in the top 100.
Four French universities in the top 100
First non-Anglo-Saxon establishment with its 16th place, Paris-Saclay University has lost three places compared to the ranking 2021. Three other French universities appear in the 100 best worlds, having also backed away from a few places compared to last year: PSL University (Paris Science and Letters), which brings together several higher establishments including the Normal School Superior (ENS), 40th, La Sorbonne (43rd) and Paris Cité University (78th).
The Shanghai ranking takes into account six criteria, the number of Nobel and Fields medals - considered as the Nobel Mathematics - among graduate and teachers, the number of researchers most cited in their discipline or the number of publications in Science and nature journals.
This year, more than 2,500 establishments have been examined to establish a classification of the first 1,000.
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