The Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW) got into the top 100 of the world’s best universities in the field of agriculture and forestry. QS World University Rankings of the TopUniversities.com website is the fifth edition of the ranking, which, in addition to analyzing approximately 17.3 million research papers, also collected the opinions of over 85,000 scientists and 41,000. employers. The list includes as many as 36 different scientific disciplines and, as its authors emphasize, it is the largest list of this type in the world.
In addition to WULS-SGGW, the top world universities also found their way to the University of Warsaw (150 position) – in the following categories: politics and international relations, modern languages, mathematics and linguistics, Jagiellonian University – for modern languages and the Warsaw University of Technology in the category of electrical and electronic engineering. In the top 300. The University of Lodz was also included in “English Philology and Literature”, while AGH was in the fourth hundred in “Computer Technologies and Information Systems”.
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The authors of the ranking indicate that Polish universities have shown an increase in international competitiveness, strongly marking their presence in all of the above-mentioned categories.
Below is a list of all Polish universities included in the ranking.