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Warsaw University of Technology rises in QS WUR Ranking

In the photo, the interior of the Main Building of the Warsaw University of Technology

Around 1500 universities from over 100 countries were evaluated in QS WUR

The results of the latest edition of the QS World University Ranking 2025 have been released. The Warsaw University of Technology has achieved a ranking of 527th (previous year: 571st). This is the highest position among Polish technical universities and third among the 22 institutions from our country listed in QS WUR (1. University of Warsaw, 2. Jagiellonian University).

Our best results were obtained in the indicators related to employer reputation, the number of academic staff in relation to the number of students, and academic reputation.

Around 1500 universities from over 100 countries were evaluated in QS WUR. The top three positions in the ranking were taken by: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Imperial College London, and the University of Oxford. In the top ten, there are four universities from the United States, four from the United Kingdom, and one each from Switzerland and Singapore.

It is worth noting that the ranking, starting from the 2024 edition, assesses the institution's ability to provide employment opportunities for graduates as well as the social and environmental impact of the university.

The ranking was developed based on nine indicators (with weight in assessment):

  • Academic Reputation (30%)
  • Employer Reputation (15%)
  • Faculty Student Ratio (10%)
  • Citations per Faculty (20%)
  • International Faculty Ratio (5%)
  • International Student Ratio (5%)
  • International Research Network (5%)
  • Employment Outcomes (5%)
  • Sustainability (5%)

The full ranking results are available on the website www.topuniversities.com.