The UdL in figures

TEACHING  (2018-2019 academic year)
7  faculties and schools
4  affiliated schools
37 degrees
13  double degrees
3 degrees of affiliated schools
37  university master's degrees
9  university master's degrees of affiliated schools
12  doctoral programmes
6  doctoral programmes with a Pathway to Excellence award
62  UdL-specific master's degrees
20  degrees
20  university expert courses
42  specialist courses
78  continuing education courses

STUDENTS 
 Students (2018-2019) 13,742 (5,832 H / 7,910 D)
 Students in official programmes (2018-2019) 10,678 (4,567 H / 6,111 D)
 Students in UdL-specific programmes (2018-2019) 3,064 (1265 H / 1,799 D)
 Bachelor's degree and two-cycle degree students (2018-2019) 8,967 (3,784 H / 5,183 D)
 Master's degree students (2018-2019) 1,172 (556 H / 616 D)
 Doctoral students (2018-2019) 539 (227 H / 312 D)

TEACHING PERFORMANCE RATES 
4'69  years as the average duration of degree (2017-2018)  (4'90 H / 4'57 D)
1'68  years as the average duration of master's degree courses (2017-2018)  (1'73 H / 1'64 D)
84'13%  as the bachelor's degree performance rate (2017-2018)  (78'86% H / 87'55% D)
90'99%  as the master's degree performance rate (2017-2018)  (89'23% H / 92'39% D)
66'50%  as the bachelor's degree graduation rate (2017-2018)  -
52'54%  as the bachelor's degree graduation rate in the expected time (2016-2017)  -
73'03%  as the master's degree graduation rate (2017-2018)  -
72'16%  as the master's degree graduation rate in the expected time (2016-2017)  -
91'80%  as the bachelor's degree efficiency rate (2017-2018)  (88'97% H / 93'55% D)
97'81%  as the master's degree efficiency rate (2017-2018)  (97'67% H / 97'91% D)
7'6  as student satisfaction with teaching received (1-10) (2016-2017)  -
7'8  as student satisfaction with lecturers (1-10) (2016-2017)  -
81'70%  as the graduate employment rate (2017)  (81'50% H / 81'80% D)

STUDENTS GRADUATES
 Graduates (bachelor's, two-cycle, master's and doctoral degrees) (2017-2018) 1,941 (816 H / 1,121 D)
 Bachelor's degree and two-cycle degree graduates (2017-2018) 1,308 (546 H / 762 D)
 Master's degree graduates (2017-2018) 574 (242 H / 332 D)
 Students who do work placement in companies (2018-2019) 2,841 (947 H / 1.894 D)
 Theses defended (2016-2017 academic year) 59  (28 H / 31 D)
 

RESEARCH (2017)
€ 8.275.576  in research income  -
€ 5.406.743  in competitive funding  -
€ 2.868.833  in non-competitive funding  -
1.741  scientific publications  (804 H / 1.193 D)
118  research groups  -
253  research grantholders  (152 H / 101 D)
151  researchers in training  (95 H / 56 D)
5  UdL research institutes and centres  -
4  technology and innovation centres  -
811  articles published in scientific journals  (573 H / 364 D)
18  University-company Chairs   -

 
INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITY (2017-2018 academic year)
1,373  foreign students   (543 H / 830 D)
741  foreign students taking bachelor's degrees   (274 H / 467 D)
122  foreign students taking master's degrees   (65 H / 57 D)
128  foreign students taking doctoral degrees   (65 H / 63 D)
382  incoming students on mobility programmes   (139 H / 243 D)
331  outgoing students on mobility programmes   (131 H / 200 D)
   agreements with foreign universities and other institutions (2017)   -
4  international double degree agreements (2017)   -
46  foreign students on the Study Abroad programme (2015-2016 academic year)   (9 H / 37 D)
8  international networks in which the UdL participates (2017)   -
 
HUMAN RESOURCES (1/1/2019)
1.300  members of the teaching and research staff 701 H  599 D
32  foreign members of the teaching and research staff 16 H  16 D
55%  percentage of teaching staff holding a PhD 59% H 41% D
24%  percentage of publicly-contracted teaching staff 61% H 39% D
847  teaching staff ETC 468 H 397 D
500  members of the permanent teaching staff 301 H 199 D
705  researchers 385 H  320 D
573  members of the administrative and service staff 162 H 411 D
532  members of the administrative and service staff ETC 153 H 379 D
 
 
MATERIAL RESOURCES (2019)
125,885  m² of floor area
423,321  volumes in libraries
3,527  m² of sports facilities
404  places in halls of residence
€ 93,7  as the University budget

 

The UdL at rankings

UNIVERSITY RANKINGS

ARWU - ShanghaiRanking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2019

  • Food Science & technology: posición 45
  • Agricultural Sciencies: position 101-150
  • Veterinary Sciences: position 151-200
  • Energy Science & Engineering: position 401-500

THE - Times Higher Education Europe Teaching Ranking 2019

  • Position 151 - 200

 

U-Multirank 2019:

  • Position 891 of the 1672 universities analysed.
  • Position 35 in Bachelor graduate working in region, of the 1672 ranked universities, and position 3 of the 77 ranked spanish universities.
  • Position 378 in Top cited publications of the 1672 ranked universities, and position 9 of the 77 ranked spanish universities.

QS World University Rankings by subject 2017:

  • Food Science and Technology: posició 40 de 300 world ranking.
  • Agricultural Sciences: posició 101-150 de 500 world ranking.
  • Veterinary Sciencies: posició 101-150 de 200 world ranking.

National Taiwan University Ranking 2019:

  • Agriculture: 301-350
  • Agriculture Sciences: 84
  • Plant & Animal Science 290
Fourth Spanish University in teaching activity, fifth in teacher efficiency and seventh in research according to U-Ranking 2019.
Fourth Spanish university in the field of Civil Engineering according to the Report of Ranking CYD 2019.
Tenth Spanish university in research and first in internships in companies according to the 2018 CYD Ranking // The UdL, Spanish leader in internships in companies.
Fourth Spanish university in the field of knowledge in Psychology according to the World Ranking of Universities of the European Commission U-Multirank 2018.
First Spanish university in leadership of research excellence in the field of agriculture and biological sciences according to the ICONO Analysis (Spanish Observatory of R + D + i) of the FECYT 2016.
Fourth Spanish university in productivity and impact of scientific publications on agricultural sciences, according to the 2014 National Taiwan University Ranking (NTU Ranking).
Second world’s most influential university in Food Science and Technology, according to the 2015 Thomson Reuters State of Innovation Report, based on publications in the Web of Science.

 

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