Chemical Engineering (University Rankings)

In education, Chemical Engineering (University Rankings) refers to the rankings of the top chemical engineering schools; some of which are listed below.

Global | 2015 rankings
The following are the 2016 rankings, according to QS World University Rankings, of the top chemical engineering schools in the world: [1]


School
Country
LatChair
Notes
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1.Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)US Flat icon42.4° Paula Hammond (Ѻ) Wilhelm Ostwald (1905)
Henry Pritchett (1906)

2.University of California, Berkeley (UCB)US Flat icon37.9° Jeffrey Reimer (Ѻ)(Ѻ) Gilbert Lewis (1925)
Frederick Rossini (1971)
John Prausnitz (2013)

3.Stanford UniversityUS Flat icon37.4° Stacey Beng (Ѻ)(Ѻ) Fernando Sanford (1899) [N1]
4.University of CambridgeUK52.1°


5.National University of Singapore (NUS)Singapore1.2°


6.Imperial College LondonUK51.5°
Erich Muller
Alfred Ubbelohde

7.California Institute of TechnologyUS Flat icon34.1°


8=University of TokyoJapan35.4°


8=University of OxfordUK51.8°
Nightingale Chair of Social Physics
10.Kyoto UniversityJapan35.0°


11= ETH Zurich, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Sweden47.2°


11= University of Minnesota US Flat icon45.0°


13. University of Texas at Austin US Flat icon30.3°


14. Delft University of Technology Netherlands52.1°


15. University of Wisconsin, Madison US Flat icon43.0°
Erwin Hiebert
Harold Davis
Thomas Dreier
Anson Rabinbach
Barkley Rosser
John Sanford
Alan Nelson

16. Princeton University US Flat icon40.3°
Princeton Department of Social Physics
Princeton School of Social Physics
Princeton social physics

17. KAIST – Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology Korea36.4°


18. The University of Melbourne Australia 37.8°


19.Seoul National University Korea37.5°


20.Tsinghua University China40.0°



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US | 2016 rankings
The following are the 2016 rankings, according to US News & World Report, of the top graduate chemical engineering schools in the US: [1]


School
LatChair
Notes







1.Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)42.4° Paula Hammond (Ѻ)

2.University of California, Berkeley (UCB)37.9° Jeffrey Reimer (Ѻ)(Ѻ) John Prausnitz
3.California Institute of Technology34.1°


4.Stanford University37.4° Stacey Beng (Ѻ)(Ѻ)

5. University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 45.0°


6= University of Texas, Austin 30.3°


6= University of Wisconsin, Madison 43.0°


8. Princeton University 40.3°
Princeton Department of Social Physics
Princeton School of Social Physics
Princeton social physics

9= Georgia Institute of Technology 33.5°


9= University of California, Santa Barbara 34.4°


9= University of Delaware 39.4°



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Notes
N1. The following is a related mental note:

“I come from the bottom, and I’m not going anywhere but the top.”
— Libb Thims (2014), long-time reoccurring personal note/pledge, arisen to mind while watching Crimson Tide (1995), at 13:40-min point; semi-reflective note, possibly arisen in respect to earlier today two cultures inquires email query sent out, following discover of Fernando Sanford’s 1899 address, to Stanford University bioengineering department chair Norbert Pelc, in regards to teaching a physiochemical humanities course at Stanford, Sep 2 @ 7:14 PM CST

References
1. Top Chemical Engineering Schools in 2015 – TopUniversities.com.

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