QS World University Rankings
QS World University Rankings is based on indicators such as academic prestige (weight 40%), prestige among employers (weight 10%), the ratio of teachers to students (weight 20%),citations (weight 20%) and internationalisation (weight 10%). The prestige ratio among academic staff and employers is measured by a reputation survey. In the case of academic prestige, the survey is conducted on a sample of 70,000 respondents, and in the case of reputation among employers on a sample of 30,000 respondents.
The QS World University Ranking in 2019 included 16 Polish universities. Lodz University of Technology took its place in the range 801-1000. The university also participated in the ranking by subject.
In 2014, QS World University Rankings published the regional Emerging Europe and Central Asia (EECA) ranking for the first time. 23 universities from Poland were classified in its last edition, Lodz University of Technology was 92nd (last year 123rd).The methodology of this ranking is based on the assessment of 9 indicators, including academic prestige (weight 30%), prestige among employers (weight 20%), ratio of the number of teachers to the number of students (weight 15%), number of publications (weight 10%), etc.