Times Higher Education (THE) is one of the world's most valued university rankings. Universities are evaluated according to five criteria: teaching, research, citations, international outlook, and industry income.
For several consecutive years, Örebro University has come out strong in a number of Times Higher Education rankings. The primary reason is that research articles written by the University’s researchers to a great extent has been cited by other scholars, thus contributing to notable international recognition.
The Times Higher Education rankings are of great importance when it comes to attracting international students, researchers and teachers. They provide increased national and international recognition and are an important factor in forming strategic partnerships with universities abroad.
Eduniveral is the internationally recognised ranking and rating agency in Paris that annually ranks the top 1,000 of the world's 16,000 business schools, providing students with a tool for comparing business programmes worldwide.
The criteria for this ranking include, among others, the university’s course and programme offering, the level of internationalisation, recognised accreditations and the university’s position on other ranking lists.
On the 2018 ranking, Örebro University Business School improved its spot on the list, positioning the school well among the top nine Swedish higher education institutions. Örebro first made the ranking in 2016 and maintained its position in 2017.