Times Higher Education World Universities Rankings 2019 by subject: Sant’Anna School ranked in the global top 200 for “SOCIAL SCIENCES” and in the top 125 for “BUSINESS & ECONOMICS”
The 2018 Times Higher Education World University Rankings’ table for social sciences and business and economics subjects employs the same rigorous and balanced range of 13 performance indicators used in the overall World University Rankings, but the methodology has been recalibrated to suit the individual fields.
Sant’Anna School has been ranked in the top 200 (rank: 167-200) of the THE World Rankings for social sciences and has increased in the business and economics (rank: 101-125) rankings over the past year. These two rankings reaffirm that Sant’Anna School represents a top educational experience in the world and one of the best in Italy with Scuola Normale Superiore and University of Bologna. Sant’Anna School has improved in terms of its teaching and research activities and achieved a greater citation impact score.
College Olympics and Academic Excellence: “XCool” Olympics event takes place in Pisa on July 25-27, 2019. 300 students from higher education institutions participate in sport competitions and new e-sports tournament
A balanced development of body and mind will help students to develop intellectual and personal skills. The Olympic philosophy of life places...
50 years after APOLLO 11 launch: plans for living on the moon call for 3d printing technology and lunar REGOLITH BUILDING blocks. SANT’ANNA school researchers participate in the esa project for human settlement on the moon
Over the past decades, concepts using lunar regolith as main building material for living modules on the Moon have become the most promising...
“NO more fake news on climate change”. more than 200 SCIENtists and intellectuals have signed an open letter by SANT’ANNA school physicist ROBERTO BUIZZA to the italian republic president and ministers
“No more fake news on climate change. Humans are causing global warming” is part of the text of an open letter by the climate scientist