Rankings and ratings
TU/e participates in a number of rankings and ratings in the area of sustainability. These rankings give insight into our progress and help TU/e in the further development of its sustainability policy.
Every year student organization Morgen organizes the SustainaBul, the prize for the most sustainable institutions for higher education.
In 2017, TU/e has achieved again the second position, behind Wageningen University. Next to that, TU/e has won the Award for the most iconic project for integrality of research, education and business with the Atlas building on the campus.
In 2016, TU/e won the Golden Certificate for the second position of all universities, behind Wageningen University, and second position of all higher education.Check out the score list.
In 2015 the TU/e gathered the 10th position.
The TU/e gathered in June 2014 the 4th position in the total ranking and the 2nd position in the university ranking. That is one position higher then 2013.
In 2013 the TU/e won gold in the ranking. It occupies the third position in the university standings.
In the UI GreenMetric World University Ranking,an international sustainability ranking for universities, TU/e attained the 36th position in the general ranking in 2013. This makes TU/e the most sustainable of the four participating Dutch universities. TU/e has been awarded for being one of the most Green and Sustainable Higher Education Institutions in the World, by Coolmyplanet.org. TU/e received a Environmental Sustainability Certificat.
Check out the top 50 of the most green and sustainable universities in the World.
In 2012 TU/e was the first Dutch university to join the prominent International Sustainable Campus Network. This network provides a platform for the exchange of ideas and best practices to universities that want to be pioneers in sustainability. TU/e reports on its progress to the ISCN every year