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Tilburg University remains best Dutch university for Law according to THE World University Rankings 2023 by subject

Published: 26th October 2022 Last updated: 26th October 2022

Tilburg University has confirmed its international reputation for teaching and research within the fields of Business & Economics, Law and Psychology with top-50 positions worldwide in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2023 by subject. With a 21st position worldwide in the THE subject ranking for Law, Tilburg University is among the world leaders in this field.

Best Dutch university in subject area Law

Tilburg University achieves an overall score of 67.6 in the 2023 ranking for Law, making it, like last year, the best scoring university within this discipline. Also on the underlying indicators "Teaching" and "Research," Tilburg University proves to be the best Dutch university in Law.

Dean Geert Vervaeke: "For the second year in a row, Tilburg Law School is the best scoring law school in the Netherlands according to this ranking. We are proud of the results as this position is a welcome recognition of the high quality of our education and research, which is the result of the dedication of all our colleagues.”

More top positions in THE World University Rankings 2023 by subject

Also within the THE subjects of Economics and Business (47th position worldwide and #2 in the Netherlands) and Psychology (48th position worldwide and #4 in the Netherlands), Tilburg University turns out to belong to the international top. Other THE subject rankings in which Tilburg University appears are those of Social Sciences (126th-150th position), Art and Humanities (126-150), Education (151-175), and Computer Science (501-600).

The THE World University Rankings are generated from five pillars - a broad set of indicators which represents key areas in higher education excellence. These are Teaching (the learning environment), Research (volume, income and reputation), Citations (research influence), Industry income (knowledge transfer) and International outlook (international staff, students and research collaborations). More information on the Times Higher Education ranking by subject can be found via https://www.timeshighereducation.com/world-university-rankings/by-subject