QS University Rankings for LatAm 2023 | Top Universities

QS Latin America University Rankings 2023

Discover the top universities in Latin America with the QS Latin America University Rankings 2023.

This year’s QS Latin America University Rankings features 428 institutions – up from last year’s 418, making it our biggest Latin American rankings to date. The major locations represented in th ...

This year’s QS Latin America University Rankings features 428 institutions – up from last year’s 418, making it our biggest Latin American rankings to date.  
 
The major locations represented in the rankings include Brazil (98 universities), Mexico (64 universities) and Colombia (62 universities), which account for more than a half of all ranked universities between them. 

Chile’s Pontificia Universidad Católica and Universidade de São Paulo in Brazil hold the top two spots in the rankings for the fifth year running, whilst Tecnológico de Monterrey and Universidad de Chile maintain last year’s third and fourth places respectively. 

Find out more about the criteria we use to build the QS Latin America University Rankings on our methodology page.

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This year’s QS Latin America University Rankings features 428 institutions – up from last year’s 418, making it our biggest Latin American rankings to date. The major locations represented in th ...

This year’s QS Latin America University Rankings features 428 institutions – up from last year’s 418, making it our biggest Latin American rankings to date.  
 
The major locations represented in the rankings include Brazil (98 universities), Mexico (64 universities) and Colombia (62 universities), which account for more than a half of all ranked universities between them. 

Chile’s Pontificia Universidad Católica and Universidade de São Paulo in Brazil hold the top two spots in the rankings for the fifth year running, whilst Tecnológico de Monterrey and Universidad de Chile maintain last year’s third and fourth places respectively. 

Find out more about the criteria we use to build the QS Latin America University Rankings on our methodology page.

Read more
QS Latin America University Rankings 2023

Discover the top universities in Latin America with the QS Latin America University Rankings 2023.

This year’s QS Latin America University Rankings features 428 institutions – up from last year’s 418, making it our biggest Latin American rankings to date. ...

This year’s QS Latin America University Rankings features 428 institutions – up from last year’s 418, making it our biggest Latin American rankings to date.  
 
The major locations represented in the rankings include Brazil (98 universities), Mexico (64 universities) and Colombia (62 universities), which account for more than a half of all ranked universities between them. 

Chile’s Pontificia Universidad Católica and Universidade de São Paulo in Brazil hold the top two spots in the rankings for the fifth year running, whilst Tecnológico de Monterrey and Universidad de Chile maintain last year’s third and fourth places respectively. 

Find out more about the criteria we use to build the QS Latin America University Rankings on our methodology page.

Read more
This year’s QS Latin America University Rankings features 428 institutions – up from last year’s 418, making it our biggest Latin American rankings to date. ...

This year’s QS Latin America University Rankings features 428 institutions – up from last year’s 418, making it our biggest Latin American rankings to date.  
 
The major locations represented in the rankings include Brazil (98 universities), Mexico (64 universities) and Colombia (62 universities), which account for more than a half of all ranked universities between them. 

Chile’s Pontificia Universidad Católica and Universidade de São Paulo in Brazil hold the top two spots in the rankings for the fifth year running, whilst Tecnológico de Monterrey and Universidad de Chile maintain last year’s third and fourth places respectively. 

Find out more about the criteria we use to build the QS Latin America University Rankings on our methodology page.

Read more

This year’s QS Latin America University Rankings features 428 institutions – up from last year’s 418, making it our biggest Latin American rankings to date.  
 
The major locations represented in the rankings include Brazil (98 universities), Mexico (64 universities) and Colombia (62 universities), which account for more than a half of all ranked universities between them. 

Chile’s Pontificia Universidad Católica and Universidade de São Paulo in Brazil hold the top two spots in the rankings for the fifth year running, whilst Tecnológico de Monterrey and Universidad de Chile maintain last year’s third and fourth places respectively. 

Find out more about the criteria we use to build the QS Latin America University Rankings on our methodology page.

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22 September 2022
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