School of Nursing and Health Sciences makes it to the top 100!
The School of Nursing and Health Sciences has been ranked 51-100 out of 100 universities across the world. This international recognition is highly sought after and no easy feat to achieve.
The QS World University Rankings follows 48 individual subject areas across the world’s top universities. The goal is to provide students with quality information that will in turn allow them to make a well informed decision by identifying the world’s best universities in their prospective field.
The rankings are based on four areas, the academic reputation, employer reputation, research citations per paper and an h-index to measure the productivity and impact of any work published by academics.
The Dean of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences, Professor Lynn Kilbride describes how the School has worked to achieve such an accolade,
“We focus on producing nurses with the skills needed to work in modern healthcare. The University of Dundee has an international reputation for innovative healthcare education. We listen to the feedback of our students and partners and ensure we do all we can to make the student experience excellent.
The QS ranking is not just an award, it holds considerable value for students both current and prospective,
“Achieving this level of recognition is of great benefit to the students as they are not only studying at one of the top nursing schools in the world, they will also hold a degree from an institution that is held in high regard internationally, providing them with a great basis for their career ahead. This level of ranking allows the School to establish high calibre partnerships at home and overseas so that there are even more opportunities for our students to learn and develop.”
This acknowledgement of hard work and dedication to the practice of nursing will act as further motivation to the continual improvement of teaching and research across the School.
To find out more, please visit https://www.topuniversities.com/subject-rankings/2018