The University of Buenos Aires secured the 67th position in the QS Global Ranking and stands as the best in Ibero-America. The institution climbed two positions compared to last year and has consistently shown growth in international assessments since 2014, ascending 142 positions in eight years, from the 209th position to the current 67th.
“The systematic improvement in international rankings reflects all the advancements made by UBA in the last 8 years across various management areas,” explained Rector Alberto Barbieri.
“The recovery of international prestige was possible thanks to concrete policies such as increased support for research programs in strategic areas, the creation of new careers, improvements in infrastructure dedicated to research, the development of a network for exchanges and internationalization among teachers, students, and researchers, and the emphasis on technology transfer to the productive sector,” he added.
With this ranking result compiled annually by the British consulting firm QS Quacquarelli Symonds, UBA stands as the best public, free, and massive university in the world and the only one with those characteristics to be placed in the global top 100.”