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The CWTS Brazilian Research Ranking 2014 is a unique local ranking facility. It has been developed within the context of university rankings. Some links to other university rankings are provided below.

CWTS Leiden Ranking 2014

Leiden Ranking 2014

The CWTS Leiden Ranking 2014 measures the scientific performance of 750 major universities worldwide. Using a sophisticated set of bibliometric indicators, the ranking aims to provide highly accurate measurements of the scientific impact of universities and of universities’ involvement in scientific collaboration. The CWTS Leiden Ranking 2014 is based on Web of Science indexed publications from the period 2009–2012.

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Academic Ranking of World Universities

Academic Ranking of World Universities

This ranking is produced by the Shanghai Jiao Tong University and is commonly known as the Shanghai Ranking. The ranking covers 500 universities. It attempts to provide a comprehensive measure of university performance, including both research performance and educational performance. In addition to bibliometric data (Web of Science), the ranking also uses data on Nobel Prize and Fields Medal winners as well as data on the number of academic staff of universities.

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QS World University Rankings

QS World University Rankings

Like the Shanghai Ranking, this ranking aims to measure the overall performance of a university, which includes both research performance and educational performance. The ranking includes 700 universities. It is based on a combination of bibliometric data (Scopus), survey data, and data provided by universities and government agencies.

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Ranking Web of Universities

Ranking Web of Universities

This ranking is produced by the Cybermetrics Lab of the National Research Council (CSIC) in Spain. The ranking covers more than 21,000 higher education institutions from all over the world, using a combination of webometrics and bibliometrics indicators. The ranking aims to capture the overall performance of universities not only in traditional missions such as teaching and research but also in new missions such as knowledge and technology transfer, community engagement, and internationalization.

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SCImago Institutions Rankings

SCImago Institutions Rankings

SCImago Institutions Rankings is a ranking produced by the SCImago research group in Spain. Like the CWTS Leiden Ranking, it focuses on research performance and it is based exclusively on bibliometric data. An important difference is that the SCImago Institutions Rankings is based on the Scopus database produced by Elsevier while the Leiden Ranking is based on the Web of Science database produced by Thomson Reuters. There are also a number of important differences in the bibliometric methodology of the two rankings. The SCImago Institutions Rankings includes over 2500 institutions.

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Times Higher Education World University Rankings

Times Higher Education World University Rankings

The methodology of this ranking is somewhat similar to the methodology of the QS World University Rankings. The ranking covers 400 universities and is based on a combination of bibliometric data (Web of Science), survey data, and data provided by the universities themselves.

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U-Multirank

U-Multirank

U-Multirank, launched in May 2014, is a university ranking produced by a consortium led by the Center for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS) at the University of Twente in the Netherlands and the Centre for Higher Education (CHE) in Germany. CWTS participates in the consortium and provides the bibliometric statistics included in U-Multirank. U-Multirank aims to compare the performance of universities across a range of different activities. It offers statistics on about 850 higher education institutions worldwide.

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