The rankings are based upon academic reputation, employer reputation and research impact (click here to read the full methodology).
Use the interactive table below to filter the rankings by location, and click on individual universities for more information. Registered users will also be able to use the site’s Compare function to see facts and statistics about multiple universities side-by-side.
It’s all change in this year’s Mineral & Mining Engineering subject rankings with only first-placed Colorado School of Mines retaining their spot in the top 10 from last year. Australia and Canada dominate the top of the leaderboard, with three universities each in the top 10.
19 countries in total are represented in this year’s top 50, with several countries (Brazil, Denmark, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa) featuring just once.
Interested in other courses besides Mineral & Mining Engineering? The QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017 covers 46 different subjects. Click here to see the full list.