The data shown under key statistics is that provided by the university itself in its submission to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. It represents data from the 2014 academic year, and may vary from subsequent or earlier years.
This is the number of full-time equivalent students at the university.
This is the ratio of full-time equivalent students to the number of academic staff – those involved in teaching or research.
The percentage of students originating from outside the country of the university.
The ratio of female to male students at the university.
Editor’s note: 13 February 2018
The University of the Andes, Chile, was initially excluded from the 2017 Latin America University Rankings on the basis that it did not meet our minimum research publication threshold. It emerged after publication that it did indeed meet the threshold, but that data on its true publication output had not been available to Times Higher Education at the time the data was extracted from Elsevier’s Scopus database to create the rankings, due to incomplete mapping of all of its research paper affiliations. We are happy to now include the University of the Andes, Chile, on the basis of updated bibliometric data.