The rankings are a testament to the university's senior leadership, outstanding faculty and staff, and creative students, says Graduate School Dean William Karpus.
A recent survey released by the National Science Foundation (NSF) ranks the University of Wisconsin–Madison fifth among universities and colleges receiving federal fellowship support.
Times Higher Ed ranks 1,000 institutions from 77 countries. It judges research-intensive universities in five categories: teaching, research, citations, international outlook and industry income.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison has once again been named one of the top 30 universities in the country by Washington Monthly magazine, rising to 26th overall from 28th last year.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison is again being recognized as one of the world’s top learning institutions this year, placing 32nd in the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings.
UW-Madison graduate programs are rated among the nation’s best in the 2018 edition of the magazine's “Best Graduate Schools.”
UW-Madison has been named one of the nation’s top producers of Fulbright students and scholars.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison has been recognized as a top 25 university for campuses with the most students studying abroad and for the most international students on campus.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison was ranked 29th by U.S. News & World Report’s ranking of Best Global Universities. Last year, UW–Madison was ranked 26th.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison has risen from 50th last year to 45th this year in Times Higher Education World University Rankings. In the United States, UW–Madison ranked 23rd this year and 26th last year out of 148 institutions.
UW-Madison ranked 14th worldwide among universities in a new report measuring how many graduates became entrepreneurs backed by venture capital.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison is 10th among public institutions in U.S. News & World Report‘s latest college rankings. Overall, UW–Madison ranks 44th in a six-way tie.
The magazine ranked UW–Madison 28th in its annual College Guide and Rankings, based on three criteria: research, social mobility and service.
MADISON – The University of Wisconsin–Madison has once again placed highly in the Academic Ranking of World Universities. The ARWU, conducted by Shanghai Jiao Tong University, ranked UW–Madison 28th in the world and 21st nationally. It is the second-highest ranking of any Big Ten school, just behind the University of Michigan, which came in 23rd.
For the third year in a row, the University of Wisconsin–Madison has been ranked 25th worldwide by the Center for World University Rankings.