Karolinska Institutet maintains its position in international reputation ranking
Karolinska Institutet has retained its position in the 51-60 bracket of the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings. The list, ranking the world’s most prestigious universities, is based on an invitation-only survey of academics worldwide.
“We are of course delighted that Karolinska Institutet has retained its position on the list. This shows that trust in KI’s educational programmes and research remains high. At the same time, the ranking shows only a small part of the university’s continued progress. Naturally, KI has its own processes by which we are able to further develop our quality,” says Karin Dahlman-Wright, acting Vice-Chancellor of Karolinska Institutet.
Topping the rankings are Harvard University, MIT and Stanford University. The list was published on 14 June this year.
The data used in the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings is included as one of several components in a larger survey, the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, which is generally published during the autumn.