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Lund University climbs in global ranking, wins sustainability award

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Lund University has risen to 75th place in the prestigious QS annual ranking. This is an improvement of ten spots on the previous year, placing Lund as the top ranked comprehensive university in Sweden. In addition, the University has been awarded the QS Sustainability Champions Award.

QS has published annual university rankings since 2004. On 4 June, QS published its latest list (ranking 2025) for which 5,663 higher education institutes were evaluated and 1,503 universities ranked.

Lund University has for several years been rated among the top 100 and this year is placed at number 75. This makes Lund University Sweden’s second highest ranked higher education institution in the QS World University Rankings 2025, after KTH. The University has risen ten places compared with the previous year, from number 85 to 75 and over the past three years there has been a total rise of 20 places. This is the best rating since the 2017 ranking, and means that Lund University is at the top in Sweden among higher education institutions with several faculties.

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