Nagoya University (名古屋大学 Nagoya daigaku?), abbreviated to Meidai (名大?), is a Japanese national university headquartered in Chikusa-ku, Nagoya.
It is the last Imperial University in Japan and among the National Seven Universities. It is the 4th best ranked higher education institution in Japan.
As of 2014, six faculty and alumni of the university have won the Nobel Prize in science.
Nagoya is one of the top research institutions in Japan. According to Thomson Reuters, Nagoya is the 5th best research university in Japan. Its research standard is especially high in Physics (6th in Japan, 61st in the world), Chemistry (7th in Japan, 43rd in the world), and Biology & Biochemistry (5th in Japan, 97th in the world).
Weekly Diamond reported that Nagoya has the 6th highest research standard in Japan in research funding per researchers in COE Program. In the same article, it’s also ranked 6th in terms of the quality of education by GP funds per student.
In addition, Nikkei Shimbun on 16 February 2004 surveyed the research standards in Engineering studies based on Thomson Reuters, Grants in Aid for Scientific Research and questionnaires to heads of 93 leading Japanese research centers, and Nagoya was placed 9th (research planning ability 5th//informative ability of research outcome 9th/ability of business-academia collaboration 6th) in this ranking.
Furthermore, Nagoya had the 8th highest number of patents accepted (108) in 2009 among Japanese universities.
It has a high research standard in Social Science & Humanities. Asahi Shimbun summarized the amount of academic papers in Japanese major legal journals by university, and Nagoya University was ranked 4th during 2005-2009. RePEc in January 2011 ranked Nagoya’s Economic department as Japan’s 13th best economic research university.
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