Good news for the academic world in Italy from the Qs World University Rankings. The ranking, in fact, includes 30 Italian universities, of which 21 have improved their position. In terms of the total number of universities, Italy ranks fourth in Europe, while for the number of universities among the top 200 best, it is seventh on the continent, on a par with Belgium.
The first among Italian universities is the Politecnico di Milano: 156th in the ranking, which registers 863 academies in five continents. This is the best position an Italian university has achieved since the Qs classification began. Compared to last year, the Polytechnic has shot up fourteen positions.
The ten best Italian universities included in the ranking are, in fact, the Politecnico di Milano (156th place), the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna di Pisa (167th place), the Scuola Superiore di Pisa (175th place), the University of Bologna (180th place), the Sapienza University of Rome (217th place), the University of Padua (249th place), the University of Milan (325th place), the Polytechnic of Turin (387th place), the University of Pisa (422nd place) and the University of Trento (426th place).
From the original Italian article: Università, il Politecnico di Milano primo nella classifica delle italiane (La repubblica)