University of Chicago - Rankings

The University of Chicago (UChicago) is a top ranked private coeducational research university located in Chicago, Illinois, USA. It is classified by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as an institution with "very high research activity".

UChicago has a number of Graduate Professional Schools: Divinity School; Booth School of Business; Law School; Pritzker School of Medicine; Irving B. Harris Graduate School of Public Policy Studies; School of Social Service Administration.

University of Chicago Law School is placed in the top 3 among Law Schools with Best Career Prospects bny The Princeton Review 2008.

Rankings:

- Ranked 9th among the Best National Universities (US News 2011).

- 8th among Tier 1 National Universities in the US News & World Report (2010). It is also placed in the top 5 nationally in the Graduate Business School Rankings 2010 (ranked 5th, tied with MIT).

- 6th in the US and 9th globally for its full time MBA program (Financial Times 2010).

- 8th among the top universities in North America and 9th in the world (Academic Ranking of World Universities 2009).

- 7th among the world's best universities (QS World University Rankings™ 2009). It is also placed in the global top 10 for the following subjects: Social Sciences (7th) and Arts & Humanities (8th).

- 4th in the Forbes ranking of Top US MBA Programs 2009.

- 20th globally in the Webometrics Ranking of World Universities 2009.

- 7th in the Whitefield Consulting Worldwide Global MBA Ranking 2009.

- 31st for Best Values in Private Colleges by Kiplinger.com (2008).

- 1st for PhD Program in Accounting according to the 27th Annual Professor’s Survey conducted by Public Accounting Report.

- The Full time MBA program is ranked 1st in the world. (BusinessWeek 2008).

- University of Chicago is rated 20th in the Newsweek ranking of top 100 global universities 2006.