If you want to study in Europe, then you need to know which of its universities are right for you. Times Higher Educations World University Rankings take the top institutions in the world, and look at their performance across all of their core objectives: teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook.
Choosing where to study for a degree in Europe is one of the biggest decisions you will ever make. THE’s student resources are here to help you make the right choice, particularly if you want to study abroad. Explore the universities of Europe below - we’ve pulled together some information that we hope will help you to decide where to study.
Use the map to see where Europe’s top universities are located, and if any institutions are of particular interest, you can click on their name, or the “explore” button, to find out more. We’ve also pulled in information about how much Europe is investing in its higher education, and also how many people live there.
Our World University Rankings were founded in 2004 and our data are trusted by governments and universities across the world.
|University of Oxford||United Kingdom||1st|
|University of Cambridge||United Kingdom||4th|
|Imperial College London||United Kingdom||8th|
|ETH Zurich – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich||Switzerland||9th|
|University College London||United Kingdom||15th|
|London School of Economics and Political Science||United Kingdom||=25th|
|University of Edinburgh||United Kingdom||27th|
|École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne||Switzerland||=30th|
Aalborg University is a young, international research university that is focused on problem-based learning, interdisciplinary practices and innovation.
Since it was founded in 1450, the University of Barcelona (UB) has been a benchmark institution for teaching, scientific research and knowledge creation in Spain and abroad.