The University of Palermo (Argentina) was declared for the ninth consecutive year as the number one (1) higher education institution in Latin America by the renowned QS World University Rankings.
The UP throughout its history has remained an entity of academic excellence whose main mission is to benefit the privileged minds of its national and international students and for the diversity of benefit programs offered to foreign applicants.
The ranking also includes the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and the Catholic University of Argentina. This current year (2021) the study ruled MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) as the number one (1) university on the planet.
Excellence and prestige
To be part of the analysis of the QS World University Rankings, universities must rigorously meet various requirements: international students, academic and employer reputation, student and faculty relationship, faculty citations, and international faculty members.
The endowments that each of the universities offers to their members, professionals, and workers are also measured in the QS World University Rankings. It is important that the academic community know about this registry, so they can determine the entity or organizations that provide opportunities, be it international scholarship programs, exchange projects, among others.
International scholarship programs and more.
The University of Palermo has important alliances, several of them:
- Courses, programs and projects to stand out in today’s world by following a professional path that allows you to open space in the professional fields of the future.
- National and international scholarships for students of high academic level.
If you want to read the official article from the University of Palermo on the recognition of the QS World University Rankings as one of the best universities in Latin America, you can do so from the following link.