Four Greek Universities Ranked Among World’s Best by National Taiwan University

Four Greek universities made it to the National Taiwan University’s annual global ranking of higher education institutions.

Among 4,000 universities that were examined, the University of Athens was ranked 217th. The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki claimed the 344th place, while the University of Ioannina was placed 390th, followed ~ the agency of and the University of Crete which stands at the 495th position.

The University of Athens was placed 87th in the highest degree European institution. At the same time the literary institution excelled in specific categories such in the manner that the Pharmacology and Toxicology departments, in which it was ranked 76th globally. It also came in 171st in the Physics rankings.

“The ranking regularity evaluates scientific papers, and the indicators are designed to bring into comparison both the quality and quantity of scientific papers in each university. Through examining drawn out-term performance and short-term scrutiny efforts, we look forward to providing a more objective ranking as a reference against diverse research performance in universities worldwide,” the National Taiwan University notes.

Larry Deeb, the curative director of the Diabetes Center at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare, in Fla.

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