U-Multirank emerged in 2014. It is funded by the European Commission and led by CHE - Centre for Higher Education, with the support of the Erasmus+ programme.
In drawing up this ranking, performance in the dimensions Research, Teaching and Learning, Knowledge Transfer, International Orientation and Regional Involvement is assessed. Within each of these dimensions there is a certain number of performance indicators.
In the 2021 edition, UAlg stood out again, maintaining its position in the national Top 10, in the eighth position, obtaining the maximum classification in 7 indicators, and being still above average, with the classification "Good", in 9 indicators. UAlg stands out in the following categories: "international orientation", "research" and "knowledge transfer", obtaining several "A" classifications in the indicators of these categories.
U-Multirank Sunburst (2021): Graph of UAlg's performance in the different indicators
Explanation: Grade A - Very Good; B - Good; C - Average; D - Below Average; E - Weak; 0 - data not available
This ranking is financed by the European Union and does not produce an individual classification for each university, nor league tables. This ranking assesses universities on a scale from "Very Good" to "Weak", grading them on the various indicators between "A" and "E" respectively. By counting the number of above average rankings, the ranking can be defined.
U-Multirank currently analyses 1948 universities from 97 countries, 25 of which are Portuguese higher education institutions.
U-Multirank - Results
Portugal (Class. A/B)
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