This Wednesday September 2, 2020, the English newspaper Times Higher Education published its university world ranking.
The Times Higher Education ranking is based on 13 performance indicators, encompassing five areas: teaching (learning environment), research (volume, revenue and reputation), citations (research influence), international perspectives (staff, students and research) and industry revenue (knowledge transfer). They sifted through data from a very large number of universities and grandes écoles and in the end, 1,527 institutions with significant scientific output were ranked this year.
For the first time, Télécom SudParis appears in this leading league table, and in a good position! Ranked within the 501-600 group, the school is tied in 18th place out of 41 French schools in the ranking. This league table thus illustrates the quality of Télécom SudParis' teaching and research and reinforces its international reputation.
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