ETH Zurich
Region: Western Europe
Country/Region: Switzerland
Found Year: 1855
Address: Ramistrasse 101
Introduction

Freedom, responsibility, entrepreneurial spirit, and an openness to the world - the values of Switzerland form the foundation of ETH Zurich. Since 1855, this university of science and technology has been a centre of knowledge and innovation. Situated in the heart of Europe, yet forging connections around the world, ETH Zurich pioneers effective solutions to the global challenges facing humanity. ETH Zurich's 530 professors and 20,600 students from more than 120 countries generate innovative research embracing a broad spectrum of disciplines including: the natural sciences, engineering, architecture, nano and data sciences, robotics, mathematics as well as cutting edge medical technologies. Switzerland’s advanced economy benefits from the nearly 100 patents, 200 inventions, and 25 spin-off companies emerging from the university each year. With a commendable record for scientific excellence, ETH Zurich has been home to 21 Nobel laureates, including Albert Einstein, and ranks among the world's top universities.

Academic Ranking of World Universities
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Academic Ranking of World Universities
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Global Ranking of Academic Subjects
All Subjects
Subject
Rank
Best Ranked Subjects
Subject Rank
Water Resources
1
Civil Engineering
2
Automation & Control
3
Environmental Science & Engineering
3
Computer Science & Engineering
5
Earth Sciences
8
Mathematics
9
Chemistry
10
Key Statistics
19512
Total Enrollment
7277(37.3%)
International Students
9262
Undergraduate Enrollment
1845(19.9%)
International Students
10250
Graduate Enrollment
5432(53.0%)
International Students