The University of Malta has been awarded another important result as part of the first edition of the QS Quacquarelli Symonds World University Rankings: Europe 2024. UM has managed to place in the 344th position from 690 other EU institutions across 42 locations.
To mark this occasion, QS Senior Vice President Ben Sowter said: “The inaugural edition of the QS Europe Ranking is a landmark step and a long time in the making. It offers a unique opportunity for universities in one of the world’s most competitive higher education landscapes to benchmark themselves against their international peers and for its policymakers to assess individual institutional performance across the broadest range of datasets in any of our rankings."
Equally as pleased was UM Rector, Prof. Alfred J. Vella, who shared the following comments with Newspoint: "The University of Malta is proud to be ranked so prominently within the group of around 690 European Universities. Such a result continues to give us the right motivation to further improve our services to students and our achievements in research and innovation."
Coincidentally one of UM's partners in the SEA-EU Alliance, the University of Gdansk in Poland was ranked at the 344th position.
You may check out the full list of rankings online.
For a detailed explanation of how these rankings are measured and calculated, please visit the 'Inclusion Criteria' section on the official QS Quacquarelli Symonds website.