The University of South Carolina is first in the state in the inaugural QS World University Rankings: USA of America’s top universities based on research performances, career outcomes, as well as the institution’s gender pay gap, faculty gender diversity, ratio of undergraduate students receiving Pell Grants, and retention rate.
Global Carolina Director Allen Miller says the University is among 300 of the best four-year universities in the United States. “Since 2012, UofSC has also consistently been ranked as the top global university in South Carolina and as one of top universities in the world based on the QS World Ranking,” says Miller.
QS World University Rankings is one of the most widely respected international university rankings in the world.
“Students from all over the world come to fulfill their potential at the University of South Carolina and to benefit from our top research programs, diverse academic environment and high employability outcomes,” said UofSC President Bob Caslen. “We are proud to be ranked in the inaugural QS World University Rankings: USA.”
Global Carolina supports the University’s global studies programs as well as international scholarly activity, collaboration and student recruitment.