The UdL in figures

It is the electronic publication that collects the statistical information of reference of the basic areas of activity of the University (teaching and research), in addition to its personnel and the financial resources it allocates.

TEACHING (2020-21 academic year)
Schools
7  Faculties and Schools
49  Bachelor's Degrees
15  Double Bachelor's Degrees
31  Master's Degrees
14  Doctoral Programmes
6  Doctoral Programmes with Excellence Award
Affiliated Schools
4  Affiliated Schools
3  Bachelor's Degrees
7  Master's Degrees
Center for Lifelong Learning
66  Own Master's degrees
43  Own Post degrees
122  Ohter continuing education courses

STUDENTS (2020-21 academic year)
Schools
  Total % Women
 Bachelor's Degrees Students 8.352 60%
 Master's Degrees Students 862 54%
 Doctoral Programmes Students (2019-20) 669 56%
 Academic Practices Students 2.672 68%
Affiliated Schools
  Total % Women
 Bachelor's Degrees Students 631 33%
 Master's Degrees Students 279 39%
Center for Lifelong Learning (2019-20 academic year)
  Total % Women
 Continuing Titles Students 2.556 58%
 Own Master's degrees Students (60-120 ECTS) 1.154 82%
 Own Post degrees Students (30 a 59 ECTS) 68 56%
 Other continuing education courses (less than 30 ECTS) 1.334 58%

TEACHING PERFOMANCE RATES ( 2019-20 academic year)
Bachelor's Degree
  Rate
 Performance Rate 87%
 Dropout Rate at 1st course 16%
 Dropout Rate (2018-19) 7,2%
Master's Degree
  Rate
 Performance Rate 91%
Graduates
  Rate
 Bachelor's Degree Graduation Rate in the expected time 87%
 Efficiency Rate Bachelor 92%
 Satisfaction Rate Bachelor 87%
 Graduate Employement Rate Bachelor 92%

 

STUDENTS GRADUATES (2019-20 academic year)
  Total % Women
 Graduates Bachelor's degrees 1.441 63%
 Graduates Master's Degrees 443 57%
 Theses defended 72 50%
 Theses defended with international mention 26 54%

R+D+I (2019 year)
Structures
 Research Groups 61
 Research Institutes 5
 Chairs 16
Research resources
Research Funding 12,36 M €
Research results
Web Of Science (WOS) Publications 818
 1st Q Publications 57%
 Essential Science Indicators (ESI)  Articles 68
INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITY
Teaching (2020-21 academic year)
 Foreing Master's Degrees Students 6,8%
 Foreing Doctoral Programmes Students (2019-20) 13,3%
 Incoming students on mobility programmes (2019-20) 381
 Outgoing students on mobility programmes (2019-20) 350
 Foreign students on the Study Abroad programme  
 International double degree agreements 7
 International networks in which the UdL participates 8
R+D+I (2019 year)
 Foreign research staff 6%
 European research funds 15%
 Foreign contracts and services 13%
 International collaboration publications 50%
HUMAN RESOURCES (01/01/2021)
  Total % Women
 Members of the teaching and research staff 1.199 48%
 Foreign members of the teaching and research staff 17 47%
 Teaching Staff holding a PhD 670 44%
 Teaching Staff publicly-contracted 261 39%
 Teaching Staff FTE 801 47%
 Permanent Teaching Staff 440 40%
 Researchers 680 46%
 Members of the administrative and service staff 531 72%
 Members of the administrative and service staff 503 71%
BUDGET (2021)
 Budget 93.179.647 €
MATERIAL RESOURCES (2021)
127.151  m² of floor area
429.801  volumes in libraries
3.257  m² of sports facilities
404  places in halls of residence

 

The UdL at rankings


It includes the presence of the University in the main world rankings elaborated on higher education supported by indicators of teaching, research, faculty or economic resources

UNIVERSITY RANKINGS

ARWU - Academic Ranking of World Universities 2020 (Shanghai Ranking)

  • World Ranking: position 701 - 800
  • National Ranking: position 23-30

ARWU - Academic Ranking of World Universities Subjects 2020

  • Food Science & technology: position 51-75
  • Agricultural Sciencies: position 101-150
  • Veterinary Sciences: position 151-200
  • Ecology: position 201-300

THE World University Rankings 2021

  • World Ranking: position 601–800 out of 1.527 universities
  • National Rank: position 9 out of 50 universities

THE Impact Rankings 2020

  • Ranking: position 301-400 out of 767 universities
  • SDG 4 Quality education: position 21 out of 676 universities
  • SDG 5 Gender equality: position 94 out of 548 universities
  • SDG 7 Affordable and clean energy: position 201-300 out of 361 universities
  • SDG 10 Reduced inequalities: position 101-200 out of 459 universities
  • SDG 17 Partnerships for the goals: position 401-600 out of 807 universities

THE Europe Teaching Ranking 2019

  • Position 151-200 out of 258 universities

THE World University Rankings by Subject 2021

  • Arts and Humanities: position 401-500 out of 565 universities
  • Clinical and Health: position 601+ out of 856 universities
  • Education: position 301-400 out of 537 universities
  • Engineering:  position 301-400 out of 1098 universities
  • Life Sciences: position 401-500 out of 895 universitites
  • Social Sciences: position 401-500 out of 791 universities

U-Ranking 2020

  • Overall: 4th position (along with other 7) out of 70 universities
  • Teaching: 3rd position (along with other 17) out of 70 universities
  • Research: 7th position (along with other 9) out of 70 universities

U-Multirank 2019

  • Position 891 out of 1.672 universities
  • Position 35 in graduates working in the region out of 1.672 universities and position 3 out of 77 spanish universitites.
  • Position 378 in Highly Cited Paper out of 1.672 universities and position 9 out of 77 spanish universitites.

 

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