UGR, a global reference in food science and technology, library science, documentation, tourism and mathematics according to the Shanghai Ranking | Ceuta TV | Ceuta News

The University of Granada continues, for another year, to be among the best in the world in the ranking by disciplines 2022 of the prestigious Shanghai Ranking.

UGR is ranked 30th in the world in Food Science and Technology, 38th in Library and Documentation Science, among the top 75 in Tourism and among the 100th in Mathematics. Computer Science (top 101-150 overall), Nursing (101-150), Earth Science (151-200) and Oceanography (151-200) are among the top majors of the University of Granada.

The University of Granada appears among the top 500 universities in the world in 31 of the 54 scientific disciplines analyzed and its scientific leadership is established in Andalusia: it occupies a very prominent position before the universities of Seville (it is second and appears in 23 disciplines among the top 500), Málaga (appears in 11), Cordoba (shown in 8), Almeria (4), Cadiz (4), Jaén (3). UGR is also emerging in Spain as a whole, along with the Universities of Barcelona, ​​Autónoma de Barcelona and Complutense de Madrid.

With branches of general knowledge, in the natural sciences, UGR has been able to enter the top 500 in the world in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Oceanography and Atmospheric Sciences; in engineering: electrical and electronic engineering, mechanical science and technology, biomedical engineering, computer science, chemical engineering, environmental engineering, food science and technology, biotechnology, transportation science and technology; In the life sciences: biology and agriculture. in health: public health, dentistry, nursing and pharmacy; And in the social sciences: economics, statistics, law, education, psychology, business administration, management, tourism, library science and documentation.

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Nationally, UGR ranks first in the rankings in Earth sciences, informatics, library and documentation sciences, and second in law, nursing, food science and technology, psychology, and business administration.

For Enrique Herrera Viedma, Vice-Chancellor for Research and Transfer at the University of Granada, “These results confirm the good research work carried out by the research groups at the University of Granada in all areas of knowledge, from the natural and life sciences to engineering and medical sciences, to the social sciences.”

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