Wageningen University is one of the top-ranked institutions in the world. In 2015 Wageningen University is ranked as the best University in the Netherlands for the eleventh time in a row, according to her own students.
#47 in the World [1st in the Netherlands]
in Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015-2016 The Times Higher Education World University Rankings judge world class universities across all of their core missions – teaching, research, citations, international perspective and industry income.
#1 Agricultural University
in National Taiwan Ranking 2015-2016 The National Taiwan Ranking compares over 300 universities on three different criteria for scientific paper performance; research productivity, research impact and research excellence. According to NTU Wageningen is the number 1 Agricultural University for the third year in a row and is #148 in the general ranking.
#135 in the world, #3 in Agriculture & Forestry
in QS World University Rankings 2015-2016 The QS World University Rankings were first compiled in 2004, evaluating 700 universities in the world and ranking the top 400. They are compiled using six criteria – academic reputation, employer reputation, student-to-faculty ratio, citations per faculty, and international faculty and student ratios. Wageningen University has recently climbed to the 135th position.
#101-150 in the world [5-7 in the Netherlands]
in Academic Ranking of World Universities 2015 Also known as the Shanghai Ranking. From a selection of 1,200 universities, the best 500 are determined by 6 indicators. These indicators are: alumni winning prizes, staff wining prizes, highly cited researchers, number of papers, publications in journals and per capita academic performance. Wageningen University is ranked as one of the best 150 universities in the world and #29 in the field of Life & Agriculture Sciences.
#1 University in the Netherlands
in Keuzegids Universities 2015 The Keuzegids ranking compares Dutch universities. In 2015 Wageningen University is ranked as the best University of the Netherlands for the eleventh time in a row. The best Bachelor programmes are Plant Sciences and International Land and Water Management, with both a high score of 94 out of 100 points.