UvA ranked 64th in 2019/20 OS World University Ranking
The University of Amsterdam has dropped seven places compared to last year when it was ranked 57th place. The top spot for a Dutch University goes to Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) at number 50. The UvA and TU Delft are the only Dutch universities ranked in the top 100.
Additionally, Amsterdam is ideally located in Europe and is a vibrant creative, cultural and business hub. It was ranked 11th out of more than 200 cities in Mercer’s 2019 global ‘Quality of Living Survey’.
Rankings by subject
QS published its World University Rankings by subject 2019 at the end of February. In this ranking, the UvA was listed in the global top-100 in 29 of the 48 subject areas defined by QS.
The QS World University Rankings are compiled based on six criteria: academic reputation (40%), employer reputation (10%), citations per faculty (20%), student to faculty ratio (20%), international faculty ratio (5%) and international student ratio (5%).
Recap Knowledge Session on urgent questions about ChatGPT
Pascal Wiggers, Frank Kresin and the Digitial Society School recently organized a knowledge session to discuss the possibilities and dangers of ChatGPT for education with teachers.
ROBUST AI programme receives additional €25 million in funding from Dutch Research Council
ROBUST, a new initiative by the Innovation Center for Artificial Intelligence (ICAI).
UvA Impact Stories presents first edition on Smart Cities
UvA’s new segment called Impact Stories just released its first edition which will focus on Smart Cities. Learn more about cameras, AI and the use of your data in the smart city here. In this piece, UvA researchers Cees Snoek and Heleen Janssen are examining the massive potential, pitfalls and impact of all this knowledge on our society.