The QS World University Rankings could be a valid help to find where to study.
Based upon academic reputation, employer reputation and research impact, the QS World University Rankings show the best universities in the world, classified by subject.
This year, La Sapienza University in Rome ranks first in “Classics & Ancient History”, while 7 courses of MIP Politecnico di Milano – including “Arts and Design” and “Architecture” – have been evalueted as the best 50 in the world.
In “Arts and Humanistic Studies”, Ca’ Foscari in Venice reaches the 107th position in the world and the 3rd in Italy for the disciplines Modern Languages (59th in the world), History (among the best 150) and Linguistics (among the top 200).
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