Ranking of the Technical University of Liberec
The TUL succeeds worldwise. Its teaching, publication and research activities were evaluated and the university has been ranked among the 1,001+ best world universities listed in the The Times Higher Education Supplement Ranking (THE Ranking).
The most recent result announced is from September 2017 and the TUL is ranked as the 201-300th from the 50 countries included in the BRICS and Emerging Economies and 1000+ worldwide.
QS Ranking 2018 for Emerging Europe and Central Asia
The TUL has been ranked as 120 among 200 best universities.
The Technical University of Liberec is engaged in international organisations and professional networks promoting internationalisation, academic collaboration, excellence in learning and research, and service to society.
These cooperations and involvement with the implications of the Bologna agreement help the University to raise its international profile by becoming involved in the increasingly globalized tertiary education sector.
Czech Conference of Rectors
As a member of the Czech Conference of Rectors, TUL is represented in several European and world organisations. The original Club of Rectors was established in 1990. The Czech and Slovak sections evolved later, with the first chairman of the Czech section being the former rector of the University in Liberec, Prof. Zdeněk Kovář.
The current Rector of the TUL, Professor Zdeněk Kůs, is the Conference's Vice-President for creative activities and President of the Chamber of public and state higher education institutions' rectors.
All programmes offered by TUL are accredited by the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports. Some programmes have received additional accreditation from international organizations.
European Federation of National Engineering Associations - FEANI
The Technical University of Liberec is included in an INDEX maintained by FEANI listing the institutions of higher education in European countries, the engineering programmes of which are recognized by FEANI as fulfilling the mandatory education requirements for awarding the EUR ING title.
International Society of Engineering Pedagogy (IGIP)
The Technical University is one of the 56 accredited University members of IGIP, which states that the holder of the title ING.PAED.IGIP is a qualified educator and has all the competencies needed to teach at the state of the art with the best available teaching methodology.
The Textile Institute in Manchester, UK
Another international institution which has recognised the TUL qualifications as fulfilling the academic requirements for Associateship (CText ATI) is The Textile Institute in Manchester, UK. Other universities with this type of accreditation listed on the webpage of this Worldwide Organisation for Textiles including Clothing and Textiles encompass universities in Australia, Bangladesh, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, the UK and the USA.