The University of Liverpool has been positioned 101-150 in the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2017.
Cambridge remains the top ranked UK institution (3rd overall), while Harvard University remains the number one in the world for the 15th year.
The Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) , published by Shanghai Ranking Consultancy, was first published in 2003. Institutions are measured across six indicators: number of alumni and staff winning Nobel Prizes and Fields Medals; number of highly cited researchers selected by Thomson Reuters; number of articles published in journals of Nature and Science; number of articles indexed in Science Citation Index; Expanded and Social Sciences Citation Index and per capita performance of a university. More than 1400 universities are ranked every year and the best 800 are published.
Institutions ranked outside the Top 100 are ranked in groups because there are very small differences between scores. Liverpool is equally ranked 101-150 alongside Glasgow, Sheffield, Birmingham, Leeds, Nottingham, Southampton and Warwick
There are 50 UK institutions which make the Top 800 list. Liverpool is UK ranked 10-17.
|World Rank 1-50|
|Veterinary Science (6th)
Aerospace Engineering (38th)
Public Health (41st)
|World Rank 51-100|
|World Rank 101-150|
Energy Science & Engineering
Human Biological Sciences
Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
|World Rank 151-200|
Instruments Science & Technology
Dentistry & Oral Sciences
|World Rank 201-300|
Electrical & Engineering
Materials Science & Engineering
Nanoscience & Nanotechnology
|Environmental Science & Engineering
|World Rank > 300|
|Agricultural Sciences (301-400)
Computer Science & Engineering (401-500)
In addition to an overall table, institutions are ranked in 52 subjects across five broad faculty areas: Natural Sciences, Engineering, Life Sciences, Medicine and Social Sciences. Liverpool appears in 26 subject listings:
The full rankings are now available at: http://www.shanghairanking.com/index.html