UW-Madison Engineering Rankings

Founded in 1848, The University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison) is a top public research university in the US, placed in the Top Ten (ranked No. 8) among the best Public National Universities. It is one of the best engineering universities with outstanding ranking achievements in a number of engineering specialties.

Ranking Performance:

- 11th globally in the Webometrics Ranking of World Universities 2009.

- 17th globally in the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2008.

- 28th internationally in the Newsweek ranking of top 100 global universities.

- 55th in the THES 2008 ranking of World Top 200 Universities.

- 6th in the Playboy’s List of Top 10 Party Schools in the nation.

- 13th for Graduate Accounting programs,. 20th for Doctoral Programs in Accounting, and 12th for Undergraduate Accounting programs (Public Accounting Report).

- 17th for for graduate English programs, 18th for Supply Chain / Logistics, and 7th for Education programs (US News & World Report 2010).

- Wisconsin School of Business is placed 54th among the World's Top 100 MBA programs by Economist Intelligence Unit (2008).

Engineering Ranking Achievements:

- In the 2009 U.S. News Best Colleges Specialty Rankings: Undergraduate engineering specialties rankings, it is ranked highly in the following disciplines:
- 3rd in Chemical Engineering.
- 13th in Civil Engineering.
- 12th in Computer Engineering.
- 14th in Mechanical Engineering.
- 17th in Environmental/Environmental Health.
- 17th for Biological Engineering.
- 27th in the world for Engineering/Technology and Computer Sciences, according to the ARWU Subject League Table 2008.

- In the 2010 edition of U.S. News and World Report's "Best Graduate Schools", UW is ranked 16th overall for graduate engineering programs, and rated highly for the following specialties:
- chemical engineering (tied for fifth)
- computer engineering (tied for 12th)
- environmental engineering (tied for 13th)
- mechanical engineering (tied for 15th)
- biomedical/bioengineering (tied for 22nd)
- civil engineering (17th)
- electronic/electrical engineering (tied for 15th)
- industrial engineering (10th)
- materials engineering (tied for 17th)
- nuclear engineering (tied for 3rd)
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