DTU improves its position in one of the world's most famous rankings

Many international students and a large number of researchers from other countries contribute to DTU moving up 12 places in international rankings.

DTU is recognized for admitting many international students and a high number of researchers from other countries in the QS World University Rankings 2025. Photo: Ehrhorn Hummerston.

The QS World University Rankings are based on the indicators:

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

Read more about international rankings that rank the world's universities in relation to each other and see DTU's positions on the different rankings.