The University of Amsterdam (UvA) is consistently ranked among the world’s best universities in global rankings. It is a top 100 university in the THE Rankings, QS Rankings and Leiden Ranking.
|QS World University Rankings||57th|
|Times Higher Education World University Rankings||62nd|
|Academic Ranking of World Universities||101-150th|
The UvA is ranked 57th in the 2018-19 QS Rankings. The UvA is one of three Dutch universities in the top 100.
In the 2018 edition of the QS World University Rankings by Subject Area (published in February) the UvA is ranked in the top 50 worldwide for a total of 20 subject areas. Communication and Media Studies at the UvA is number one in the global rankings.Our University also scored highly for Dentistry (4), Sociology (14), Anthropology (14), Linguistics (14), Geography (14), Psychology (17) and Education (23).
See the QS Rankings website to find out more about the ranking methodology and scores.
The University of Amsterdam is ranked 62nd in the 2018-19 THE World University Ranking. There are seven Dutch universities in the top 100 of the THE Rankings and this year the UvA is the third highest, after TU Delft and Wageningen University.
In the 2018 THE top 100 sub-rankings for subject areas, the UvA has the following poitions: 20th for Social Sciences, 31st for Arts and Humanities, 48th for Clinical, Pre-Clinical and Health, 68th for Life Sciences, 51st for Business & Economics, 66th for Computer Science, 23rd for Law, 57th for Education, 14th for Psychology and 101-125th for Physical Sciences.
See the THE website to find out more about the ranking methodology and scores.
As in previous years, the UvA is listed in the 101-150 group in the 2018 worldwide top-500 ARWU ranking.
See the ARWU website to find out more about the ranking methodology and scores.
In Shanghai Ranking's 2019 Global Ranking of Academic Subjects, the UvA is ranked 1st for Communication.
The UvA is ranked 74th overall in the 2017 Leiden ranking. In the rankings by field, the UvA is ranked in the top 100 in two fields: Social Sciences and Humanities (8th) and Biomedical and Health Sciences (44th).
See the Leiden Rankings website to find out more about the ranking methodology and scores.