|Name of the ranking (in English)
|El Mundo 50 pre-graduation studies
|Name of the ranking (in original)
|El Mundo 50 Carreras
|Scope of the ranking
|ranking by subject
|Website of the ranking
|First year of publication
|Most recent year of publication
|Date of last update
The ranking considers the 50 most popular subjects among students and the five best universities where to study them, giving 250 programs ranked in total. It considers the following criteria:
TEACHER QUESTIONNAIRE (40% OF THE FINAL ASSESSMENT)
In a voluntary, anonymous and random survey, teachers assess which are the best centers to teach their degree; the strengths and weaknesses of the university; and outline the main lines of research of the departments.
DATA FROM THE UNIVERSITY (50% OF THE FINAL ASSESSMENT)
OTHER INDICATORS (10% OF THE FINAL ASSESSMENT)
Other indicators taken into account, such as results in international rankings, Aneca reports or results of reports from Spanish universities, etc.