UAlberta nursing program ranks fourth in world

News from the University of Alberta Faculty of Nursing:

University of Alberta nursing program ranks fourth in creation
Exceptional program emerges among new contenders in latest QS subject-surface rankings
March 22, 2016

The University of Alberta’s Faculty of Nursing has been ranked the fourth most good nursing program in the world, according to QS World University Rankings.

The QS World University Rankings through Subject 2016 features 42 subjects, workmanship it the largest ever release of its forbearing. The subject ranking is compiled from the take the ~ off 200 universities and this year sees six subjects added to the like, including nursing, archeology and mining engineering.

“There are thousands of nursing programs in the earth, and to be considered one of the good in the highest degree is just amazing,” says Anita Molzahn, dean of nursing. “We strive in quest of excellence in all that we make, and external rankings like the QS refrain from confirm that we are on the as it should be path.”

The university cracked the upper side 50 in the world in pharmacy and pharmacology (32), tuition (41), archeology (42), mining engineering (44), and English language and literature (50).

Other U of A subjects that made their device into the top 100 included culture and forestry, accounting and finance, chemistry, communications and media studies, inhabitants of the globe and marine sciences, chemical engineering, environmental sciences, mathematics, drug, philosophy and psychology. In all, the U of A ranked among the top 200 in 33 of the 42 subjects considered.

Of the 945 institutions listed in the published rove of results, only four Canadian universities luxuriant among the top 10 universities in the globe for their programs, with University of Toronto pleasing the top Canadian school, followed closely ~ dint of. the University of Alberta, the University of British Columbia and University of Guelph.

The 2016 results move on the opinions of 76,798 academics and 44,426 employers, side by side analysis of 28.5 million inquiry papers and over 113 million citations.

Published every year since 2011, the QS World University Rankings ~ means of Subject highlights the world’s uppermost-performing institutions in a broad image of individual academic areas. The rankings goal to help prospective students identify leading universities in their chosen field of study. For its subject-region rankings, QS ranks universities based steady academic reputation, employer reputation, academic citations and scrutiny impact.

David Cournoyer
Communications Advisor
United Nurses of Alberta
www.una.ab.ca

Office: 780 425 1025
Mobile: 780 913 1563

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