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  • Forgotten researchers improve the ranking

    This year KTH climbed more than 40 places on two of the most important global ranking lists. But in order to achieve the ranking goals more researchers need to produce world-class articles and KTH must raise the visibility of the research stars that the ranking institutes have missed.

  • KTH Climbs in Influential University Ranking

    KTH has jumped sharply on the 2012 QS World University Rankings, climbing from 180th to 142nd place. President Peter Gudmundson and Handling Officer Per-Anders Östling say the leap is a sign of strength for university’s trademark in competition with some 17,500 universities around the world.

  • KTH rises again in QS rankings

    KTH is ranked 110th best university in the world in the QS World University Rankings, which were published on September 16. The ranking marks the university’s highest-ever finish in the international list, and it represents an advancement of eight places.

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