For another consecutive year, the University of Sheffield, International Faculty of City College has been named one of the best universities in the world in the QS World University Rankings 2020, reaffirming its position as a leading global university for teaching and research.
QS 2020 rankings recognise the University as the 78th best university in the world, 25th in Europe and 13th in the UK.
The QS World University Rankings are the world’s most highly-regarded international university rankings and provide a definitive guide to the world’s top universities.
The expert opinions of 94,672 academics and 44,884 employers contributed to this year’s rankings. Over thirteen million research papers and 93 million citations were analysed to measure the impact of the research produced by the universities ranked. Also the academic standards, the employability records, the research quality, the teaching capacity and the internationalisation were measured.
President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sheffield, Professor Koen Lamberts, said: “We’re delighted that the University of Sheffield has received recognition for being a world-leading university.
“Our University has been committed to research and teaching which improves lives, solves global problems and leads the way in influencing policy and I’m grateful to all those whose hard work has made this possible.”
All students, who would like to study in University of Sheffield International Faculty of City College in Sofia, Bulgaria , can apply with the help of iGeneration Agency. Study in Bulgaria.