Top 100 Engineering Universities in The World

Top 100 Engineering Universities in The WorldTop 100 Engineering Universities in The World based on Academic Rankings of World Universities. Rankings includes Engineering and Computer Science.

Sometimes, rankings of Universities doesn’t make  lot of sense due to the methodology based on Survey.

When rankings are based on facts and numbers, you can give more importance.

PS: Rankings give a way to compare schools, but what you get out of the school will based on your effort.

Top 100 Engineering Universities in The World

Here  is the list of  25 top Engineering Universities in the World.  As expected MIT and Stanford is leading the way.

World Institution Total
Rank Score
1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) 100
2 Stanford University 93.2
3 University of California, Berkeley 87
4 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 81.7
5 The University of Texas at Austin 81
6 University of California, Santa Barbara 80.1
7 University of Michigan – Ann Arbor 78.7
8 Georgia Institute of Technology 78.5
9 Carnegie Mellon University 77.8
10 Purdue University – West Lafayette 75.9
11 Pennsylvania State University – University Park 75.8
12 University of California, San Diego 75.6
13 University of Toronto 74.3
14 University of Maryland, College Park 73.9
15 University of Cambridge 73.8
16 Northwestern University 73.4
17 University of Southern California 73.3
18 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology of Lausanne 72.8
19 California Institute of Technology 72.6
20 Cornell University 72.3
21 Texas A&M University – College Station 72.1
22 The Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine 71.9
23 Tohoku University 69.4
24 Princeton University 69.2
25 University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 69

 
Ranking of World Engineering Universities 25 to 50 in this page.

Ranking Institution Total
25 University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 69
26 National Taiwan University 68.7
27 The Ohio State University – Columbus 68.4
28 University of California, Los Angeles 68.2
29 North Carolina State University – Raleigh 68
30 University of Washington 67.8
31 University of Wisconsin – Madison 66.7
32 City University of Hong Kong 66.5
33 University of Pennsylvania 66.3
34 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 65.8
35 Kyoto University 65.7
36 The University of Manchester 65.6
37 Harvard University 65.3
38 The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology 65.2
39 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich 64.5
39 Tsinghua University 64.5
41 Tokyo Institute of Technology 64.4
42 Technion-Israel Institute of Technology 64.1
43 University of Waterloo 63.5
44 University of Oxford 63.4
45 Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology 63.1
46 University of California, Irvine 62.9
47 National Cheng Kung University 62.8
48 University of Florida 62.7
49 Columbia University 62.4
50 National Chiao Tung University 62.2

You can find several Non-US Universities in top 25 to 50.

Hong Kong University Science technology campus

HKUST Campus

About The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

A dynamic, international research university, in relentless pursuit of excellence, leading the advance of science and technology, and educating the new generation of front-runners for Asia and the world.

Since its official opening in October 1991, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology has established itself as an intellectual powerhouse, energizing the community’s transformation into a knowledge-based society, and securing a place on the academic world map in record-breaking time

  • Total Enrollment:8841
    • International Students:2823 (32%)
    • Undergraduate Enrollment:6010
    • International Students:1171 (19%
  • Graduate Enrollment:2831
    • International Students:1652 (58%)

 

Top Engineering Universities Rankings 50 to 100.

Ranking Institution
51-75 Arizona State University – Tempe
51-75 Catholic University of Leuven
51-75 Duke University
51-75 Eindhoven University of Technology
51-75 Fudan University
51-75 McGill University
51-75 Monash University
51-75 Nanyang Technological University
51-75 National Tsing Hua University
51-75 National University of Singapore
51-75 Osaka University
51-75 Pierre and Marie Curie University – Paris 6
51-75 Polytechnic University of Turin
51-75 Rice University
51-75 Shanghai Jiao Tong University
51-75 Technical University Munich
51-75 Technical University of Denmark
51-75 University of California, Davis
51-75 University of Colorado at Boulder
51-75 University of Massachusetts Amherst
51-75 University of Melbourne
51-75 University of New South Wales
51-75 University of Science and Technology of China
51-75 University of Sydney
51-75 Zhejiang University
76-100 Chalmers University of Technology
76-100 Delft University of Technology
76-100 Ghent University
76-100 Harbin Institute of Technology
76-100 Indian Institute of Science
76-100 Iowa State University
76-100 Kyushu University
76-100 Michigan State University
76-100 Royal Institute of Technology
76-100 Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey – New Brunswick
76-100 Seoul National University
76-100 Tel Aviv University
76-100 The Chinese University of Hong Kong
76-100 The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
76-100 The University of Queensland
76-100 The University of Sheffield
76-100 The University of Tokyo
76-100 University of Alberta
76-100 University of Bristol
76-100 University of Delaware
76-100 University of Southampton
76-100 University of Twente
76-100 University of Utah
76-100 University of Virginia
76-100 Yale University

Ranking Methodology

The ranking list for ARWU – FIELD includes every institution that has any Nobel Laureates, Fields Medals, and Highly-Cited Researchers.

In addition, major universities of every country with significant amount of articles indexed by Science Citation Index-Expanded (SCIE) and Social Science Citation Index (SSCI) are also included. In total, more than 1200 institutions have been actually ranked in each broad subject field.

Now, you have the rankings of top 100 world Engineering Universities. If you are studying in one of the above universities, make full use of the resources available to develop your skills to be an successful engineer in your career.

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11 Comments

  1. preethidanasekaran on August 20, 2013 at 5:20 AM

    i have planned to take ma gre nov 2013 ,will i be able to get admission in top 100 universities for fall 2014 in us? since deadlines of most of universities close by nov.

  2. niloy on August 3, 2013 at 12:26 AM

    I am studying at the University of texas, dallas. My major is computer science. I got accepted from uni of texas austin, but unable to move due to high tuitions. Is it necessary to complete my under graduation degree from a top ranked university? My financial condition is not good enough though. Please give me some suggestions. I a from bangladesh by the way

  3. Ravikumar on April 9, 2013 at 1:08 AM

    Can you let me know the rankings for Masters in Engineering Management ,US Universities.

  4. Mehdi on April 5, 2013 at 4:18 AM

    could u introduce rank of universities in “industrial Engineering” in Canada, in Europe, please?

  5. Nitish on April 2, 2013 at 9:47 PM

    I think this is the source –> http://www.shanghairanking.com/FieldENG2012.html

  6. Alaa Albeiruti on April 2, 2013 at 11:47 AM

    Which engineering specialty most wanted in the market ?

  7. Nikhil Patil on April 2, 2013 at 11:40 AM

    Well this ranking is misleading. ETH Zurich (You can also call it “The MIT of Europe”) is much better than EPFL lausanne and yet it is ranked on the lower side. The second are where these rankings loose their credibility is the fact that none of the IITs appear in this list. HSB I have been following all your posts and found most of them very useful. Please use rankings from credible sources like usnews. Donot misguide people by posting such ranking.

  8. XYZ on April 1, 2013 at 6:00 AM

    Please name your source. As far as my take on it goes, this ranking is not at all accurate. Plus, as mentioned above there are a host of engineering colleges that you haven’t even mentioned!

  9. Yon on April 1, 2013 at 4:16 AM

    Top rank universities in the world is always misleading. It depends on who release it, political affiliates and economical factors (business interest). E.g., when Malaysia government not opposing U.S., their universities’ ranks are higher than when the government opposing the U.S. It also depends on the language used on lectures. Lectures in English will increase the rank. That’s why only some universities in Germany shows up in the rank. We know the engineering universities in Germany are one of the best.

    • Prabhakaran on April 1, 2013 at 8:56 AM

      Hello Yon,

      I am delighted that you have mentioned that German universities are best for engineering. But, still people rank American universities at the top. Can you enlighten me, why did you choose to say Germany is best?

      It would me very helpful to me. Thanks in advance.

  10. Bhavin on March 31, 2013 at 11:53 PM

    What is the source and attribution of this information? Upto what extent its correct ?

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