Chalmers University of Technology is constantly ranked among the top universities in the world. Here is an overview of Chalmers’ position in the world, according to different international rankings.
QS World University Ranking
Chalmers University of Technology is ranked 139 in the QS Global World Ranking. We are also among the top 100 universities on QS subject specific ranking list for Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil and Structural Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Materials Science.
Within Architecture we are ranked 37 in the world.
QS Employability Ranking
We are ranked 81 in the world in QS Employability Ranking 2020.
THE Times Higher Education World University Ranking
On the THE Times Higher Education Ranking List 2019 for Engineering and Technology, Chalmers is ranked 82 in the world.
CWTS Leiden Ranking
On the Leiden Ranking 2015 Chalmers is ranked as no. 1 in Sweden and the Nordic countries in the category collaborative research with industry. This indicator shows the proportion of publications that Chalmers has been co-authored with industry partners.
The CWTS Leiden Ranking measures the scientific performance of 750 universities worldwide on measurable indicators, both in terms of the impact of publications and on the level of collaboration with other universities and industry.
Shanghai World University Ranking
The latest Engineering subject ranking list was launched in 2016 and ranked Chalmers 51-75 in the world. The Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) ranked Chalmers 301-400 in 2019.
Kantar Sifo's Reputation Index for Swedish Universities 2018
Chalmers University of Technology is proud to say that we have achieved the highest reputation for Swedish Universities 2018 by Kantar Sifo's Reputation Index.
UKÄ Swedish Higher Education Authority
UKÄ (The Swedish Higher Education Authority) has ranked 16 of Chalmers’ programmes as “very high quality”
and 27 programmes as “high quality”
The quality of over 300 technology and engineering degrees was evaluated. Each degree has then been given one of three grades: very high quality, high quality or inadequate quality.Chalmers shines in university inspection (article regarding the UKÄ evaluation)