UMD Climbs in Times Higher Education's World Reputation Rankings

UMD Climbs in Times Higher Education's World Reputation Rankings

For the fifth time, the University of Maryland has been named to the Times Higher Education’stop 100 World Reputation Rankings list. This year, UMD climbed to the #51-60 range, up from the #91-100 range in 2015. 

The 2016 World Reputation Rankings recognizes the top 100 most powerful global university brands based on the results of the world’s largest invitation-only academic opinion survey. The survey targeted experienced, published scholars who offer a rich and unique insight into the academic prestige of universities across the globe. Universities from 18 countries are included in the 2016 ranking. 

The reputation-only rankings are a subsidiary of the annual THE World University Rankings, which are published in the fall. For 2015-2016, UMD ranked among the top 150 in THE World University Rankings, with Arts & Humanities, Engineering & Technology, Physical Sciences, and Social Sciences programs ranking in the top 100. 

The full Times Higher Education 2016 top 100 World Reputation Rankings list is available here

May 4, 2016


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