Here in Columbus, we know that Ohio State University is a top-tier institution. This status was validated in a big way by a recent U.S News list, too.
The publication released its 2022 Best Global Universities Rankings yesterday, a list that considers more than 1,700 different schools from around the world using 13 different categories. OSU landed near the top of the list, in a tie for the 52nd best university in the world with the University of Wisconsin-Madison. One spot above the Buckeyes was McGill University, widely regarded as the “Harvard of Canada.”
OSU, which according to the list has 55,809 total students, received a global score of 75.8.
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According to U.S. News, OSU boats the 30th best arts and humanities program, the 20th best oncology program, the 16th best space science program, and the 29th best surgery program. Within its surgery program, the school boasts the 16th-highest net surgery publications publications, as well as the 14th-highest number of surgery publications that are among the 10 percent most cited.
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