National and Global Education Rankings Place Brown Among World’s Top Universities
PROVIDENCE, RI [Brown University] – In recognition of his distinctive student experience, world-class teaching, generous financial support, high-impact research and commitment to freedom of expression, a range of educational guides and organizations reports ranked Brown University among the best schools in the world for 2021.
In the Best Colleges 2022 guide published by the Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education on Tuesday, September 21, Brown ranked No. 6 in the country. The university achieved the top 20 scores for the âResultsâ, âResourcesâ and âEngagementâ lists, which measure (respectively) the return on investment of graduates, the ability to deliver a high quality academic experience and engagement. students on campus.
In US News and World Report’s “Best Colleges” guide, Brown retained 14th place among all four-year colleges and universities across the country. The University has been awarded the National Ranking No. 4 for Undergraduate Education, which compares schools to their peers and recognizes those with an âexceptionally strong commitment to undergraduate educationâ.
The annual ranking, released Monday, September 13, ranked Brown’s senior synthesis program fifth in the country, while the University took first place in âWriting in the Disciplinesâ for the third year in a row.
US News and World Report ranked Brown No. 3 in “Best Colleges for Veterans,” based on a growing set of military partnerships and the University’s 2019 commitment to double the number of veterans enrolled by increasing financial aid and implementing optional test admissions. Brown has been included in a variety of other Top 20 lists – including “Service Learning” (No. 14), “First-Year Experiences” (No. 13) and “Best Value Schools” (No. 19) – as well as Top 40 lists for “Most Innovative Schools”, Undergraduate Research, Computer Science Programs, and Engineering Programs.
In other rankings, Brown ranked No. 19 for the nation’s best overall university in the U.S. QS World University Rankings list, which noted the university’s high research results and low student-to-faculty ratio. . America’s Top Colleges, published by Forbes, included Brown in top lists for its overall rankings and for research universities, highlighting Brown’s open signing program and the success of his alumni.
“Through rigorous yet flexible academic programs and intense collaboration between students and faculty, Brown empowers students in everything from biomedical engineering to brain science to public policy to not just consider critical issues. the world is facing, but confront them and work towards their resolution, âuniversity officials said. noted. âWhile the character of our distinct academic experience and campus culture may not be fully captured in the listings, we are delighted to see such a wide array of rankings recognize Brown’s innovative approach to teaching and learning. “
In a year marked by social unrest and controversial public discourse, Brown was awarded 9th place in the College Free Speech Rankings. Compiled by College Pulse, The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education and RealClearEducation, the rankings are based on an analysis of 20,000 student surveys that assessed five aspects of free speech: openness, tolerance, expression. self-help, administrative support and speech codes.
Globally, Brown has been featured on several international lists, including the QS World University Rankings, on which he ranked # 60 out of 1,300 universities worldwide and # 47 in “graduate employability,” which measures criteria such as alumni results and partnerships. with employers. The 2022 Times Higher Education World University Rankings placed Brown at No. 64 out of 1,600 schools worldwide, noting the university’s strengths in terms of research opportunities and published study citations.
In recognition of Brown’s financial aid programs, the Princeton Review placed Brown on several Top 20 lists focusing on affordability, including “Best Financial Aid Schools” and “Most Profitable Colleges.” Brown meets 100% of each undergraduate’s demonstrated financial need with aid programs that include scholarships and no loans, giving students the opportunity to graduate debt-free. Based on a student survey focused on community service, student government, sustainability efforts and student engagement on campus, the University ranked 16th among the 20 best schools for âMake an impactâ.
The Princeton Review’s compilation of “387 Best Colleges” in the United States has highlighted Brown in a number of unranked lists including “Happy Students,” “Great Quality of Life,” “LgBTQ-Friendly,” and notably – the university having sold its investments in companies that extract fossil fuels and a plan to achieve zero carbon emissions well underway – “Green Colleges”.
US News and World Report also recognized the master’s and doctoral degrees. programs at Brown’s Graduate School and the School of Public Health. Among others, university graduate programs ranked # 4 in Applied Mathematics, # 13 in English, # 14 in Mathematics, # 15 in Earth Sciences, # 16 in Economics, # 17 in public health – a considerable leap from N Â° 49 a year earlier – N Â° 18 in history and n Â° 20 in sociology.
In its list of top medical schools, US News and World Report named Warren Alpert Medical School # 19 in the nation’s top primary care education programs and # 17 in “top medical schools. diversified â.
In rankings beyond academics and student experience, Forbes ranked Brown 8th among “Best Mid-Size Employers” in the United States based on employees’ willingness to recommend their employers. to their friends and family. Forbes also included Brown as the second largest employer of any size for the state of Rhode Island.