Once again Germany's no. 1 in agricultural research as well as food and nutritional science: The University of Hohenheim in Stuttgart. It remains in 7th place in Europe and comes in 34th place worldwide. This is the result of the latest Best Global Universities ranking by the U.S. magazine U.S. News & World Report in cooperation with Clarivate. As a result, the University of Hohenheim continues to rank no. 1 in Germany in the major international research rankings in the field of agricultural research.
The University of Hohenheim's food and nutritional sciences also contributed to the good result in the area of "Agricultural Sciences," as their research performance is classified as agricultural sciences in the Best Global Universities Ranking.The Best Global Universities Ranking has been published annually since 2014. Institutions from more than 90 countries are evaluated on the basis of 11 indicators that assess academic research performance and international reputation.The excellent position of the University of Hohenheim in Germany has also been also confirmed this year by the other renowned international rankings:
The environment in which the University of Hohenheim finds itself is among the best in agricultural research. Since 2018, it has been associated with five leading European universities in the field of bioeconomy in the European Bioeconomy University (EBU) network. Three of the partners - Wageningen University and Research Center in the Netherlands, the University of Bologna in Italy, and the University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences Vienna in Austria - are the best in their respective countries in the field of agricultural research.The best dozen in Europe include Wageningen University and Research Center (WUR, Netherlands), the University of Copenhagen (Denmark), and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU, Sweden). The University of Hohenheim has long cooperated closely with these universities within the Euroleague of Life Sciences. The network is made up of joint study programs and intensive exchange of students and lecturers.The partnership with the global leaders is also close. For example, the University of Hohenheim and the China Agricultural University have cooperated for several decades.
Germany1. University of Hohenheim2. Technical University of Munich3. University of Göttingen4. University of Bonn5. Universität GießenEurope1. University of Wageningen (Netherlands)2. University of Valencia (Spain)3. University of Ghent (Belgium)4. University of Copenhagen (Denmark)5. University College Dublin (Ireland)6. University of Bologna (Italy)7. University of HohenheimWorld1. University of Wageningen (Netherlands)2. China Agricultural University (China)3. South China University of Technology (China)4. Jiangnan University (China)5. University of Massachusetts – Amherst (USA)…34. University of Hohenheim