In the latest “THE World University Ranking,” the Technical University of Munich (TUM) is once again top-ranked in Germany and rated fourth best in Europe among technical universities. TUM jumped seven spots to position 46 in the ranking list provided by the British magazine “Times Higher Education.”
TUM in Rankings
Dedication to excellence pays off. In both international and national rankings, the Technical University of Munich (TUM) is rated as one of Germany’s top universities.
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) garnered the title of best German university in the renowned "QS World University Ranking". TUM is one of only four German universities on the list of the top 100 universities worldwide. It received particularly good ratings in the categories "Ratings by employers and academics" and "Support from academic staff".
In this year’s Shanghai Ranking, the Technical University of Munich (TUM) is ranked highest among all German universities. The TUM has improved its ranking by four places compared to last year, placing 47th overall – it shares its top spot with Heidelberg University. Only one other German university ranks among the top 100 universities worldwide, the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (51st place).
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is one of the five most innovative universities in Europe, according to the new ranking "Reuters Top 100." For this listing the British news agency analyzed how strongly the universities contribute to advances in technology and business through research findings and inventions.
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) has been awarded top marks for the study of architecture in the new rankings of the Centre for Higher Education (CHE). Seven TUM subject areas were assessed during this round of evaluations. The ranking is based mainly on the assessment of students.
According to the Nature Index, released today by the Nature Publishing Group, the Technical University of Munich (TUM) is one of the four best German universities in terms of research in the natural sciences. And it is the only technical university out of these top German institutions. Overall, TUM comes in at 73rd in the world. The ranking is based on publications in key international science journals.
Graduates of the Technical University of Munich (TUM) are considered to be among the best in the world by companies across the globe, according to the latest edition of the Global Employability University Rankings. TUM was ranked 11th in the listing, which polls the opinions of around 4,600 managing directors and recruiters in 20 countries. This makes TUM the third highest placed institution in Europe, after Cambridge and Oxford.
The two latest international rankings are in agreement in certifying the outstanding performance of the Technical University of Munich (TUM). The ranking published today by the magazine Times Higher Education counts TUM among Germany's four best universities in research, teaching, and knowledge transfer (rank 53 worldwide). And according to the ranking recently published by the news agency Reuters, TUM is the most innovative German university (rank 50 worldwide).
Once again, Technical University of Munich (TUM) secured an extremely good rank in the renowned QS World University Ranking. TUM took first place among the German universities, with a worldwide ranking of 60th. In the rankings by discipline, TUM also topped the list for natural sciences and engineering in Germany. And TUM scored among the top five technical universities in Europe.
Technical University of Munich moved up two positions to 51st place in this year’s “Academic Ranking of World Universities” (“Shanghai Ranking”), thereby making it one of the three best German universities. In the individual subject rankings, TUM came in 14th in the academic ranking of world universities in Chemistry and 28th in Computer Science. This makes TUM the best university in Germany for these subjects and ahead of the University of Oxford internationally. In a comparison of the individual subject fields, TUM came out on top in Germany in Engineering/Technology and Computer Science, as well as in Life and Agriculture Sciences.