In recent rankings of Latin American universities released by Times Higher Education, Universidad Andrés Bello (UNAB) was one of 15 Chilean institutions included in the top 50. This measurement is based on a rigorous assessment of key indicators across 5 dimensions: teaching, research, academic reputation, knowledge transfer, and international outlook.
"We are a young university with a strong focus on research, and this ranking is the reflection of our commitment to our researchers, the education of our students, and the generation of new knowledge for the development of the country and society as a whole. This inspires us to continue advancing on the path of quality and excellence, which has always been our motivation and the identity we have built as a non-traditional private university, "said José Rodríguez, rector of UNAB.
The Times Higher Education global and continental rankings are a well-respected categorization of universities worldwide.
This article has been translated into English to be shared on the Laureate International Universities website.