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October 10, 2016

Times Higher Education ranks Computer Science 38th in world, 15th in U.S.

In September, Times Higher Education released its 2016-17 World University Rankings data that placed UC Irvine’s Computer Science degree at 38th among universities worldwide, 15th among U.S. universities and 9th among public universities. According to the website, the Times Higher Education World Class Rankings analyzes universities across all of their core missions: teaching (the learning environment), international outlook (staff, students and research), research (volume, income, and reputation), citations (research influence) and industry income (innovation). Overall, among 980 universities worldwide, UC Irvine as an institution was ranked 98th.

<I>Times Higher Education</I> ranks Computer Science 38th in world, 15th in U.S.

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