Times Higher Education ranks the UPV as one of the 300 universities with the greatest social and economic impact in the world, and includes it in the top 100 in educational quality, innovation and infrastructure, and responsible production and consumption.
The UPV is one of the five Spanish universities included in this exclusive classification, carried out by German agency Reuters, which classifies the 100 higher education institutions that contribute most to the progress of science, the invention of new technologies and the development of the economy.
The Global Ranking of Academic Subjects of Shanghai ranks the UPV as the best university in Spain to study Telecommunication Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, and highlights it in 18 disciplines, including it in the world top 100 in 3 of them.
Certifies the UPV as the best Spanish university to study Agriculture and Forest Sciences, an international benchmark in fifteen disciplines, and among the world’s top 150 in Agriculture and Forest Sciences, Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Architecture, and Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautics and Manufacturing.
The UPV is among the 250 universities with the highest employability in the world, and in Europe's top 10 regarding agreements with companies.
The UPV has been ranked, for the 4th year in a row, among the world’s 500 best universities in the Economics and Business field, which comprises business and administration, accounting and finance, and economics and econometrics.
The UPV improves its results from the previous year and ranks as the best polytechnic and best university in the Community in the field, which includes agricultural and forestry sciences, biology, veterinary and sports sciences.
The Young Universities Nature Index 2021, drawn up by the prestigious scientific publication, recognises the UPV among the best 150 young universities in the world.