Strength of the university is measured by the number of recognized academics.


This rating of universities is based on the number of graduate students who have won the Nobel prize for accomplishment in economics, medicine or physiology, chemistry, physics, literature and peace.


University of California - Berkley has produced the highest number of Nobel's laureates in chemistry, while Chicago University has the highest number of Nobel's laureates in physics.

John Hopkins University has the highest number of Nobel's prize winners in medicine and physiology, while Harvard and Chicago University have the highest number of Nobel's laureates in economics.


#


University
Number of
Nobel's prize winners
Nobel's prize for
Economy
Nobel's prize
for
Medicine and Physiology
Nobel's prize
for
Chemistry
Nobel's prize
for
Physics
Nobel's prize
for
Literature
Nobel's prize for
Peace

1

Columbia


31

6

9

3

10

0

3

2

Chicago


29

9

3

4

13

0

0

3

California
 Berkley


25

0

5

11

6

0

3

4

John
Hopkins

15

2

10

1

0

0

2

5


Harvard

14

9

1

1

1

0

1

The Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) in 2010 rates:
Harvard  University  No. 1  
University of California, Berkley No. 2
Columbia University No. 8
Chicago University No. 9
John Hopkins University No. 3. in Medicine and Pharmacy

The only criminologist who has won the Nobel's prize is Garry Stanley Becker. Becker was awarded with Nobel's prize for economy in 1992. He graduated from Princeton University in 1951.


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