Ireland has been rated the best country in the world for Arts and Culture by students in a newly released ranking of the top countries for higher education worldwide in 2022.
The rankings were compiled and released by The Campus Advisor, a global student ratings and reviews website. It surveyed over 17,000 students about the countries they studied in to put the rankings together.
Users assign their institution a rating from 1 to 5 across each category which then creates an average score.
In what may come as no surprise against the backdrop of the current crisis, Ireland scored lowest in the Cost of Living as a Student category at just 3.33 out of 5.
Ireland also placed fifth place overall in the rankings across all categories.
Higher education in Ireland finds itself in good company, ranked only behind significantly larger countries in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia and Germany.
It was good news for Cork as it was rated the best student city in Ireland and University College Cork proved to be the best third level institute in the country.
The Campus Advisor also allows users to rate and review their university across a range of categories related to their experience of life on campus.
For more information and a detailed breakdown of the top 20 countries in the world for higher education, visit The Campus Advisor’s website.