The University of Tartu in Estonia has topped a new Times Higher Education (THE) table of the best research-intensive universities in “New Europe” – the 13 nations that have joined the European Union since 2004. As well as taking the overall number one spot in the THE New Europe ranking, Tartu ranks top in the region for its research environment.
The overall top three is completed by Cyprus University of Technology, which ranks first for citation impact, and the University of Cyprus, which leads on the industry income and international outlook measures.
Charles University in Prague is ranked fourth and comes top for teaching environment. Other Czech universities among the top 10 are Masaryk university in Brno and Palacký university in Olomouc.
The table includes 53 institutions in total. >> Read full article by THE.
2nd March 2021