Our data-based rankings of all faculties and institutions, based on the official national education-databases, based on teaching and student indicators, independent of field of study, and their aggregation. Each sub-ranking is calculated by a simple comparison of the numerical values of the indicators, ranking the values in order, irrespective of the degree of difference between the scores. For the number of academic degree holders, the number of first correct applicants, the number of placings in secondary school competitions and the average number of entry points, the higher the number, the better the ranking. For the proportion of teachers with an academic degree, the proportion of those with “doctoral” title by Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the proportion of those admitted with a language examination, the higher the number, the better the ranking. For the number of students per lecturer with a degree, the lower the number, the higher the ranking. The number of students per teachers with one degree is given as a whole number, but if they are equal, the difference between the fractions is used to determine the rankings. In the rankings of faculty training areas, we use the total faculty data for the faculty, but in the calculation of students per degree-granting faculty member, the projection is based on the number of students in the training area.
The faculty and student rankings are always based on the sum of the rankings in each sub-ranking, without weighting.
ØAcademic staff with PhD – number
ØAcademic staff with PhD – ratio
ØAcademic staff with degree by Hungarian Academy of Sciences – ratio
ØAcademic staff with PhD / students – number
ØApplicanttions priorized – number
ØApplicants with secondary school competition awards
ØAverage points of those admitted
ØPercentage with a language test admitted
ØAcademic staff with “habilitation” – ratio
ØNumber of PhDs awarded
ØNumber of PhD students
ØRecruited from the best secondary schools
ØRatio of University Student Competion Awarded
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