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Comenius University ranks among the best schools for natural sciences

The Round University Ranking gave the Bratislava-based university high ranking in other spheres as well.

Comenius University in Bratislava(Source: SME)

A good-quality of education at the Comenius University in Bratislava (UK) in natural sciences has been confirmed by the school’s placement in the Round University Ranking world chart.

Slovakia’s oldest university placed 240th in the category of natural sciences and came 433rd overall the only representative of Slovakia’s universities to be ranked, university spokesperson, Andrea Földváryová informed the SITA newswire.

The University ranked 279th in medical sciences which is an improvement by 37 places since 2016. In humanities, the school placed 285th, 430th in social sciences and in the category of life sciences, it came in 356th.

“This means that in three categories, Comenius University in Bratislava belongs in the silver league of universities placing among the first 300 schools,” Földváryová stressed.

The Round University Ranking has been collecting data since 2010, and it evaluates 20 indicators in four basic spheres: education (40 percent importance), research (40 percent), international diversity (10 percent) and financial feasibility (10 percent). In eight years, it has evaluated 930 of the best universities from 80 countries worldwide.

Topic: Education


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