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University of Vienna slips down university rankings

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03. 10. 13. - 16:00

The University of Vienna has dropped further down the Times Higher Education World University Ranking's in 2013.

The University of Vienna is now on place 170 - in 2012 it was on place 162 and 2o11 place 139.

Phil Baty fromt he Ranking list said: "It is sad to see a university with such a great history dropping down the list year after year. It seems as though this institution could threaten to fall out of the top 200 universities due to financial restrictions due to the economic crisis."

University Rector Heinz Engl said: "The next government has it in their hands. The University of Vienna has potential to become a strong player in the top 200 universities and to move up the rankings. But to do so investments are needed in the universities research and teaching."

ORF Watch"International competition is increasing all the time. Universities in Asia are catching up and some are even overtaking the traditional European Universities. That can be traced back to high investment in these countries."

Other Austrian universities failed to make it into the top 200.

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