March 29, 2016 15:31
QS Ranking 2016: medical and pharmaceutical education among the world’s best

QS Ranking 2016: medical and pharmaceutical education among the world’s best

The recently released QS World University Rankings by Subject 2016 list Semmelweis University among the world’s best 151-200 universities in the categories of medicine and pharmacy. 

According to the international ranking in the field of medicine Semmelweis University ranked first among the Hungarian universities, the University of Debrecen came second with a classification among the best 201-250 institutions, while the University of Pécs and the University of Szeged were listed among the best 251-300 universities. On the list of pharmaceutical education both Semmelweis University and the University of Szeged received a ranking between 151-200.

The thematic lists were created with the use of the previously applied methodology based on the universities’ international recognition, the satisfaction of the employees and the publications’ citation indexes

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