General information on ranking

Name of the ranking (in English) Eduniversal Ranking of Best Licenses, Bachelors and Grandes Ecoles
Name of the ranking (in original) Classement Eduniversal des meilleurs Licences, Bachelors & Grandes Écoles
Scope of the ranking specific program ranking
Name of person in charge of ranking Marie-Anne Binet
Website of the ranking
First year of publication 2009
Most recent year of publication 2023
Date of last update 2023-05-06
Publication frequency annual
Ranking organization EDUNIVERSAL
Methodology website

Eduniversal Rankings evaluates program according to market criteria. With more of a focus on market conditions rather than strict academic criteria, the rankings are based on 3 main areas:

It depends on two main elements: the mark issued by the institution that manages the program, and the influence and recognition of the institution in its sector of activity or in its professional environment. The reputation criterion is assessed upstream (depending on the number of admission requests from students) and downstream (depending on the level of recognition at the end of the recruiters and this, in relation to other program of the same type).

The first job salary at the end of the program and the continuation of studies after the program graduation are evaluated on the information obtained from schools and universities in the survey or obtained thanks to the research carried out by Eduniversal rankings consultants. When the Eduniversal agency observes too great a discrepancy between the salaries communicated by a program and those indicated by the other sourses, it corrects the salaries for greater consistency.

All the students making up the outgoing class are interviewed. The score is calculated when at least 10% answer the survey. Weight of questions:

  • Are you generally satisfied with your program?: 25%
  • Would you make the same career choice again today?: 25%
  • other questions (refere to the quality of the educational content, the teaching staff, or international openness of the 
    program, etc.): 50%


Eduniversal conducts an individual online survey which invloves several groups of stakeholders: companies and university deans, higher education institutions and students. A program that does not respond to the survey may still be classified by Eduniversal.

Additional information

  • Main target groups: employers, higher education institutions, students and parents
  • Level of comparison: fields/subjects: 52 and study programs: 720
  • Major dimensions covered: employability, reputation, teaching, student satisfaction
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